As they saying goes, you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink. Â The same is observed in social welfare situations, where no matter how much good intention is directed to someone, they simply refuse to make the appropriate choices.
It could be something that nature instills in some of the individuals. Â Look atÂ Happy Feet. Â No matter what people tried to do, he still was bent on self destruction.
An Afghan migrant who was rescued after trying to cross the Channel on a makeshift raft had already attempted to swim to Britain twice before – and says he will not give up on his mission for a better life.
Asif Hussein Khail, 33, was plucked from dangerous waters by the French coastguard after his unstable raft – which included a bedsheet as a sail – was spotted near the port of Calais.
Now it’s emerged that the would-be sailor from Kabul has already twice tried to swim the Channel – even though he has no passport or visa for Britain.
I guess when you tried swimming, this craft looks like a luxury liner Â Read more »