“Look for strength in people, not weakness; for good, not evil. Most of us find what we search for.”
Wilbur J. Chapman
When you choose to see the good in others,
you end up seeing the good in yourself…
Enjoy the rest of the week and have a wonderful weekend
Fathers are wonderful people
Too little understood,
And we do not sing their praises
As often as we should…
For, somehow, Father seems to be
The man who pays the bills,
While Mother binds up little hurts
And nurses all our ills…
And Father struggles daily
To live up to “HIS IMAGE”
As protector and provider
And “hero or the scrimmage”…
And perhaps that is the reason
We sometimes get the notion,
That Fathers are not subject
To the thing we call emotion,
But if you look inside Dad’s heart,
Where no one else can see
You’ll find he’s sentimental
And as “soft” as he can be…
But he’s so busy every day
In the grueling race of life,
He leaves the sentimental stuff
To his partner and his wife…
But Fathers are just WONDERFUL
In a million different ways,
And they merit loving compliments
And accolade of praise.
Have a wonderful Father’s Day!
Hope your children will appreciate and treasure you every day, not just on Father’s Day.
“Who are sapiosexuals?” you may ask. In a few words, sapiosexuals are those who fall in love with people’s minds.
Are you sapiosexual? Take the test! ;-)
Have you ever fallen in love with the words?
or the books?
Do you appreciate intelligent conversation?
Are you male or female? Well, that does not really matter ;-)
Is intelligence the ultimate aphrodisiac for you?
And SMART – the new SEXY?
If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, then I hope you do know someone who is in love with your mind? Someone who wants to undress your conscience and make love to your thoughts? Someone who wants to watch you slowly take down all the walls you’ve built up around your mind and let them inside? Someone, who can’t forget the flavour of your mind?
Hope you do have that special SOMEONE in your life
“I am content in my later years. I have kept my good humor and take neither myself nor the next person seriously.”
Albert Einstein, 1950.
Love this words of Albert Einstein, though I tend to laugh only at myself, but not at other people.
What about you?
Are you comfortable with laughing at yourself?
Enjoy the rest of your week and have a wonderful weekend
Laziness is truly a mother of all bad habits – a habit of resting before getting tired. :-)
One of my favourite old cartoons is about laziness – a very cheeky laziness indeed. This cartoon has English subtitles that can be turned on and off via the menu button at the bottom of the YouTube screen (in the right-hand side corner).
Did this cartoon remind you someone you know?
A family member? A neighbor? Or may be a colleague?
Hope it gave you a good laugh as well :-)