Friday, May 19, 2017

Dickie Do

There was a little boy people called Dickie Do, for he tried as hard as he could to do what others told him to do.

But their direction didn't make Dickie Do very happy, especially as he learned that they often didn't follow their own advice.

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Friday, May 12, 2017

Meaningful Relationships

As 75-year-old William laid in his death bed, his only visitors were the hospital staff.

His ex-wife didn't come, nor did his two daughters and his grandchildren. Even people he thought were his friends didn't come.

"How could this be," he thought to himself. "I was such an important person, a CEO."

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Friday, May 5, 2017

Advice From Jesus

"Jesus," I said, "Why is it your message of peace never caught on? We have more wars than ever."

"For a very simple reason," Jesus replied.

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Friday, April 28, 2017

Killing In The Name Of Peace

Joseph, a seeker of truth, visited a top military scientist. "Why do you drop bombs on people," he asked the military scientist.

"To bring peace," replied the scientist. "The more bad guys we kill," the sooner we will have peace."

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Friday, April 21, 2017

The Mother Load

A group of gold miners were working in a distant goldfield when one of them made an amazing discovery.

He discovered the mother load, the greatest amount of gold ever found in one location. "I'm rich," he proclaimed to the other miners, as he happily danced a little celebratory jig.

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Friday, April 7, 2017

Johnny Two-Step

As a boy, whenever he was very happy for someone, Johnny briefly danced on one foot and then the other as an expression of his joy.

To some people, it seemed odd, but not to Johnny, who celebrated life at every opportunity, as people called him, "Johnny Two-Step."

Then one day when Johnny was 20-years-of-age, a car accident nearly killed. He was hospitalized for months and his legs were paralyzed.

"He'll never walk again," the doctors said.

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Saturday, April 1, 2017

The Tiny Man Who Never Quit

"She'll never fall in love with you," everyone told Tiny Tony, as he pursued Susan the most beautiful woman he had ever seen.

"You're a foot shorter than she is and she is so beautiful, that she attracts men who are much handsomer and far more successful than you."

"Yes, those things are true," Tiny Tony would reply. "But I have something special no-one else will ever offer her."

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