Thursday, May 29, 2014

The choice of words used – Funny‏

Santa was traveling in a crowded bus. He was carrying the passport-size photograph of his son for college admission. Accidentally, the photograph dropped down from his pocket. He started searching for it frantically found it on the floor below the ends of a woman’s saree.

He asked her, “Can you lift your saree? I want to take photograph”….


He was beaten so badly that he had to be admitted to hospital. He was surprised to see Banta on the next bed to him in a worse condition.

Banta explained what happened to him. He had gone to a remote village to work. He finished late missed the last bus. He couldn’t find any hotel nearby.So he approached a nearby house asked the owner whether he can stay there for a night. The owner replied “I have 2 grown-up daughters. Sorry, you can’t stay here.”
Then he approached the next house and asked the owner whether he can stay there for a night. The owner too replied “I have 3 grown-up daughters. Sorry u can’t stay here.”
So he went to the next house asked “Do you have grown-up daughters?”
The owner asked “Why?” and Banta replied, “I want to stay for a night.”

THE REST IS HISTORY… boommmmmmmmmmmmm..!!!

The moral of the story is:


A Choice

A beggar once asked Ibrahim Bin Al Adham for charity. Ibrahim told him, "I'll give you better than that; come with me." Ibrahim brought the beggar to see a merchant, and asked him to find a job for the beggar.

As Ibrahim was well trusted, the merchant did not hesitate to give some merchandises to the beggar and asked him to travel and sell them in another city. A few days later, Ibrahim found the beggar still in a miserable condition; surprised, he asked him about the matter.

The beggar informed him, "While traveling, I found a blind eagle in the desert, and I was very curious how it got food though it was blind; I observed it for some time, and, to my big surprise, another eagle came by and fed it.

Thus, I said to myself, “Ah, whoever took care of that blind eagle in this desert will also take care of me! I returned to the city and gave the merchant back hi
s goods." Ibrahim, after reflection, asked him, "But tell me, why did you choose to be the blind eagle, not the other one, who could fly, chase, and take care of others?"

Unknown Author


* How often have we been conquered by the forces of laziness, mental sloth and torpor and foolish delusions?
* Let us learn to be more self-reliant, industrious, determined and persevering ...these are hallmarks of a dignified and worthy human being.
* May we choose to live a meaningful and worthy life of developing our wisdom and reaching out to the more unfortunate ones.
* Effort, energy, patience and mindful striving on are essential in walking the spiritual path.