Two men flew into a remote part of Canada to hunt elk. When their pilot returned to pick them up, he told them that he could only take four of the six elk they had shot, or else the weight would be too heavy for the plane.
The hunters protested, “But the plane that picked us up last year was exactly like this one. The horsepower was the same. The weather conditions were similar. And we had six elk last year.”
Hearing this, the pilot reluctantly agreed to give it a try. They loaded up and took off, but the plane did not have enough power to make it out of the valley with all that weight, and they crashed.
As they stumbled out of the wreckage, one hunter asked the other where they were. “Well, I’m not sure, but I think we are just a mile or two away from where we crashed last year.”
Some people never learn! They keep repeating the same mistakes over and over again!
“Take notice, you senseless ones among the people; you fools, when will you become wise?”—Psalm 94:8.