Deal Of A Lifetime

Life gives us another day on this planet to be useful.

From here:

” Somewhere in Slovakia a storm drain was chirping. Rescue workers showed up to investigate, found a female mallard pacing around it, put two-and-two together, and commenced retrieving the ducklings while their concerned mother paced up and down the sidewalk. The family was then released into a nearby river…a much more duck-friendly habitat than the highway.

A short clip very different from the thousands on animals, almost spiritual on purpose of life:

 

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The Journey (A Drabble of 100+ Words)

This morning…

Someone tapped on the shoulders startling me out of my snooze. A voice asked where was I going. A profound question from some inquiring soul aspiring to be clued into life’s philosophy – my life’s, a journey of three score years plus till date. An admirable pursuit of vicarious learning, I thought. I collected my wits in a trice, not to keep a thirsty knowledge-seeker waiting. Looking up, I discerned the form coming into clearer focus.

Well, an acolyte he wasn’t.

‘Colaba,’ I muttered, hurriedly fishing in my pockets for change.

The journey-ticket was thrust into my hand as he moved on.

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Don’t Mess With Her!

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Man: ’25 years ago, I lived happily in a 2 bedroom flat with no A/C. The TV was black and white. No washing machine or fridge…with a beautiful 25-year-old girl.

Now…I’ve everything – a 4 bedroom flat, centrally air-conditioned, big flat-screen TV in each bedroom, 2 large fridges, 2 cars…and living with a 50-year-old woman☹’

Woman: ‘Even now nothing is lost, dear. Find a beautiful 25 year-old girl for yourself and you’ll have your happy days again, I assure you.’

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Paranting

After a rough day spent corralling my rowdy kids, I’d had enough.
“I think I’m going to sell them,” I hissed to my sister.
“You’re crazy,” she said.
“For thinking of selling them?”

The Odyssey Online

“For thinking someone would buy them.”

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Source: AJokeADay.com (srg) and image from The Odyssey Online

Kidspeak: Don’t Push It Hard, Ye Fathers

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Father: Which one do you love more, me or Mommy?
Son: I love you both.
Father: Very Well, let’s say I went to France and Mommy went to Japan which country will you go to?
Son: Japan.
Father: See, you love Mommy more than me?
Son: No, I just want to visit Japan.
Father: Let’s say I went to Japan and Mommy went to France which country will you go to?
Son: France.
Father: See?
Son: No, its just because I have already visited Japan.

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Source: jokes-best.com and image from openclipart.org (jnanozero87)

Rumi Says…

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Somethings Don’t Change…

…mercifully.

“The Other Half” is the story of two people falling in love.  On the left side of the screen we see the girl’s side of the story. She lives in 1925 – almost 100 years ago.  On the right side of the screen we see the boy’s side of the story. He lives in the present day.  By bringing their two worlds together as one, we see that falling in love, and embarking on a relationship, is a universal story which will keep being replayed throughout time.  While many aspects of our lives today are very different to almost a century ago, the really important things haven’t changed at all.

A very short clip, here it is.

Directed by Ringan Ledwidge.  Client: John Lewis.  Filming location: London, England.  The soundtrack is a cover of the INXS song “Never Tear Us Apart” re-recorded by Paloma Faith. Lyrics: Don’t ask me / What you know is true / Don’t have to tell you / I love your precious heart / I I was standing / You were there / Two worlds collided / And they could never tear us apart.

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