They tell of two friends walking along in the desert.
During the journey, the two began a temperamental argument. Eventually, in the heat of the moment, one friend slapped the other friend's cheek. The friend Who had been slapped did not hit back or curse his friend. Instead, he picked up a stick and wrote in the sand:
'When someone hurts us we should write it down in sand so the winds of forgiveness can erase what happened, but when something good happens or when someone is doing a wonderful thing for us, we must engrave it in stone where no wind can blur what happened, and no future deeds can erase the kindness.'
We hope to always remember, to etch those good deeds on the rock of our foundation, and to let the winds of forgiveness wipe away the bad deeds that were done to us, if only we write them in sand, and not in stone..."