Friday, December 30, 2016

This Is Mine

"This is mine," said the man rich in possessions. "And this is mine and this is mine, and soon I will buy more."

"But what if you are no more," asked a voice. "Who will it all belong to?"

"It's all mine," the rich man shouted in response. "I've spent my life getting it all."

"But some day you will die," replied the voice. "Everyone does. Then what happens to your possessions?"

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Friday, December 23, 2016

The Sweetest Scent

When a coal miner was asked, "What is the sweetest scent," he replied, "Pure fresh air, something people take for granted unless they've been deep in a coal mine."

When an adorable six year old girl was asked what the isweetest scent is, she said, "It is the scent of my bubble bath."

When asked the question, a baker replied, "The scent of freshly baked bread."

A mother answered, "The scent of my new baby."

A surfer said, "The salt spray from the ocean."

A prisoner answered, "The scent of freedom."

There are as many opinions as to what is the sweetest scent as there are people. But in the end, for you, the only nose that really knows is yours.

With Love To All ~ Dick Print Friendly and PDF

Friday, December 16, 2016

The New Santa Claus

"This is my last Christmas," Santa told his board of directors. "It's time for the Mrs. and me to retire to Palm Springs, play golf and relax.

"But who will take your place," the board asked.

"I have the ideal replacement," Santa replied, as he handed out the proposed new Santa's resume.

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Friday, December 9, 2016

Jesus' Feeding Of The 5,000

In the Christian Bible, the gospels reported that Jesus fed 5,000 people with five loaves of bread, and two small fishes.

But recently discovered was the long missing account of Sheldon, another of Jesus' devout disciples. Here is his first-hand description of events:

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Saturday, December 3, 2016

The Wisdom Of A Little Red Snapdragon

The other day in my backyard, among snapdragons in a rainbow of colors, one nine inch tall snapdragon boldly stood out.

It's flowers were as red as a candy apple, as it alone was touched by a sunbeam

I was captivated and asked it, "How did this happen?"

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