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WITandWISDOM(tm) - November 4, 2005
To show resentment at a reproach is to acknowledge that one may have deserved it. – Cornelius Tacitus, C. 56 – 120
Source: The Most Brilliant Thoughts of All Time, Edited by John M. Shanahan, Copyright © 1999, http://isbn.nu/0060194111
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
It was a crisp, Spring day full of life and energy. My four dogs seemed to feel it as well. Each one of them was delightfully sniffing the air and bouncing around me as we walked. Then as I was about to head back toward the house with them our Saint Bernard, Buddy, and our tiny Labrador mix, Pepper, both decided that it was the perfect time for a game of chase!
Before I knew it my legs were wrapped up tight with the dog leashes from these two running in circles around me. Thankfully, I was able to drop the leashes before I ended up on the ground. As I bent down to pick up the leashes again, however, my tiniest dog, Julie decided to give me a little help. She grabbed Buddy’s leash in her mouth and headed for the door. I looked on with laughter as my 10 pound Pekinese Poodle walked our 160 pound Saint Bernard back home.
In addition to giving me a good laugh this sight also got me to thinking. If a little dog like that can take the leash of a giant sized one and lead him in the right direction then there is no reason why all of us can’t take the leash on our own lives and start walking them on the path of love and joy again.
Sure we may have huge problems, large struggles, and massive difficulties in our lives, but if we let that smart, little dog that is our soul take the lead they will all fall behind us. That smart, little dog will lead our hearts, minds, and lives right where they need to go. That smart, little dog will lead us back home to joy, love, and God.
Let your soul lead you in the right direction, then all of your life will follow you happily. Let your soul walk you down the path of love, joy, and oneness with God and your journey home will always be a delightful one even if you do get tangled in the leash from time to time.
Letting Your Soul Walk You
By Joseph J. Mazzella ©, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Used with permission by Richard Wimer
Source: Sir Froggie's Positive News Network, http://www.sfpnn.com/
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
Rejected Crayon Color Names
Clumsy Black And Blue
I Just Got My Blood Drawn Gray
Saw Grandpa's Ghost Wet Spot Yellow
Three Months In Back Of Fridge Fuzzy White
Red Shirt In The White Laundry Pink
Stayed On The Beach Too Long Red
Oil Spill Black
Boy Am I Embarrassed Is My Face Red?
Two Month Old Pumpkin
Old Hippy Hair Gray
Something The Dog Ate Brown
Don't It Make Your Brown Eyes Blue
(From Mark Mail list members Susan B., Tim D., Damon T., Bonnie D., Bonnie R., David S., Jacob A., Dee M., and compiled by Mark Raymond)
Source: Mark Mail, http://mrhumor.net/
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
My parents and another couple visited me in Boston, where I was attending college. After a day of shopping, the two women were eager to return to their hotel via the subway. I was going back to my dorm, which was one stop before theirs, so I rode with them. Unfortunately, it was rush hour and we became separated in the crowded car. Every time the train stopped, Mom called out, "Brenda, are you still here?"
I finally yelled to her that I would let her know when I was getting off. When my stop came, I shouted, "Mom, I'm getting off now." To my embarrassment, everyone on the subway car yelled back, "Bye, Brenda!"
Contributed to "Life In These United States" by Brenda Klein Ross
Source: DailyInBox Presents, http://dailyinbox.com
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