Friday, September 16, 2016

Saving A Little Blue Bird

The impact into her front window was so loud, it startled Mary. She ran outside and there below her window was a little blue bird.

He was flat on his back and not moving. But she sensed slight breathing, and fearful of neighborhood cats, she watched over him.

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Friday, September 9, 2016

Finding One's Path In Life

It was a magical moment. Sally had just given birth to the couple's first child, a boy.

She could hardly wait to share the wonderful news with her husband, a young U.S. soldier fighting in the Vietnam War

But the day after the child's birth, two soldiers arrived at the hospital to break the news to Sally that her husband had been killed.

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Friday, September 2, 2016

One Of Life's Great Lessons.

"Listen," said the golden winged butterfly, as he landed atop a red rose. "For this is one of life's great lessons."

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Friday, August 26, 2016

Rainbows Of Magic

There is a magnificent place with rainbows of magic.

That place is the Yosemite Valley, and it is said that when a loving wish is made during a rainbow, magically it comes true.
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Friday, August 12, 2016

The World's Most Attractive Man

The ladies had never found Charles very attractive, and like most men, he pursued those ladies who might be available to him, often without success.

One night, while feeling the frustration of yet another rejection, Charles prayed to be irresistible to women.

Suddenly, a voice replied, "Are you sure that's what you want?" "Oh yes," he answered. "More than anything else I've ever wanted."

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Friday, August 5, 2016

Why The Ocean Is Salty

"Why is the ocean salty," the boy asked his father.

"Because," his father replied, "Many years ago, a ship with a salt making machine sank in a terrible storm."

"The crew was rescued," the father said. "But when the ship sank, there was no way to stop the machine from making salt."

"To this day, the salt machine keeps making salt, and will until that sunken ship is found, and the machine is finally turned off."


This story was told to me when I was a boy during the 1950's by my dad's friend, Bert Cohen. Print Friendly and PDF