Friday, March 27, 2015

What Makes You So Beautiful

"What makes you so beautiful," I asked a magnificent red flower on a bright sunny day.

"You do," she replied. "And this is true for everyone else who sees me, because it is in the mind that all beauty exits.

"My purpose is to beatify the world," she continued, "And if no-one sees me, my purpose is lost, for I become invisible.

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Monday, March 23, 2015

And The Bread Said

And the rye bread said, "Buy me," as I walked by it in a busy grocery store. I stopped my cart and stared at the bread.

"You can't be serious," I replied. "You contain too many calories." "I do," the bread answered, "But I taste delicious and I'm a good buy at this price."

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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The Wisest One Of All

At one of the premier private universities in the world, there was a huge celebration to open the new Great Hall, which from then on would be the center of learning for its many students.

It was an ornate, towering facility magnificent to the eye, and built at enormous expense.

After the formal dedication, the university staff and professors mingled with the attendees, one of whom was a soft spoken, humble man of 90 years of age.

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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Looking Where It Is Most Convenient

Yesterday my neighbor Raymond was crawling around on his front lawn looking for something.

"Can I help you," I asked. "Sure," he replied. "I'm looking for my car keys."

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