In the middle ages, there was a woman who lived in India who has a pet, python, a snake which she loved it a lot.
The snake of 4 meters just stopped eating. After several weeks her worried landlady tried to feed it, offering it everything which one snake could wish to strangle and eat, the desperate woman took it to the vet.
After listening the whole story and torment of the landlady, the vet asked her: “Does your snake sleep with you at night, wrap around you or spread out throughout its length?
The woman surprisingly, with a lot of hope answered: “Yes! Yes! It does it every day and that makes me sad, because I see that it seeks something from me, and I couldn’t make it feel better”.
The vet with the worried tone in the breath replied: “Madam, your python is not sick, it is preparing to eat you”.
“Every time, creeping and “hugging” you, wrapping around your body, it was checking your size in order to measure how a great meal you are and how it must be before the attack. And yes, it does not eat, in order to have enough space to digest you easily because it drowns you and swallows you.
The moral and message of the story is: You have to identify the snakes around you and their true intention. Just because someone is close to you, “hug” you and kiss you often, it does not mean that their intentions are good.