In the Middle Ages there was a woman in India who had a pet python, snake, which loved much.
The snake of 4 meters just stopped eating one day. After several weeks of trying to feed it, offering it all that a snake may wish to strangle and eat, desperate woman took it to the vet.
After listening to the story of the landlady, the vet asked her, “Does your snake sleeps with you at night, wraps around you or very close and spread out throughout its length?”
The woman was surprised with a lot of hope, “Yes! Yes! It does it every day and it makes me so sad because I see something asking of me, and I cannot help it feel better. ”
But the vet replied: “Madam, your python is not sick, it is preparing to eat you.
Every time, it is creeping and “hugging” you, wrapping around your body, it is checking size to weigh how a great meal you are and how it must be prepared before the attack. And yes, it does not eat, in order to have enough space to make you easier to digest because drown and swallow you.
The moral of the story and the message is: You need to identify the snake around you and their true intent. Just because someone is close to you, “hugging” you often and kissing you does not mean that his intentions are good.