The Two Wolves is an ancient legend of the Native American tribe Cherokee. Two Cherokees, grandfather and nephew, walk into the forest and eventually seat under a great tree. There, the old man tells his nephew a tale his father told him, and the father of his father as well. The tale is about the soul of man, that is always struggling with keeping the equilibrium between it’s aggressive part and the peaceful one. The meaning is that the important thing in life is not being always peaceful (which is not always the good thing), nor always aggressive and even violent (though in some situation it is necessary), but using wisely this two parts of the soul, symbolized by the two wolves, in the different situations and issues we have to face in our lives. We necessarily have to feed both the wolves.