Beneath Heed is one of Aesop's tales.

The taleEdit

A gnat alighted on a bull’s horn. After it had bode there a long time and felt like flying on, it asked the bull if he would like it to go now. ‘I heeded not when thou camest,’ answered the bull, ‘and I shall not heed if thou goest.’

§ Some are so weak that they mean nothing whether they are there or not, for they can do neither good nor harm.

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