ok for any of you students of life out there...lmao. (this might be old, but it's still good)
Since I'm still having trouble inserting images, I've added a link to what is maybe the best 'ad' I've seen in along while. I hope you'll take a minute to view. it's a gentle reminder of something we really need and sometimes don't get enough of! Enjoy-and remember! love, kristyne
I saw this website this morning, and it made me laugh. I thought I'd share. It's silly, but may be a little offensive to folks who are ... hmmm... serious in their religion. :) I hope it brings a smile to your heart when you see it.
Lots of love,
or maybe not...an anonymous quote that gives rise to thought and a smile.
We the willing...led by the unknowing...are doing the impossible...for the ungrateful.
We have done so much...with so little...for so long...
We are now qualified...to do anything...with nothing.
~so let's manifest the world we want (I say) and let's do it RIGHT NOW!
Many Blessings on a perfect sunday morning to you all.~ kristyne
Received this from a friend this morning, hilarious!!!!
(the comments in parentheses are my friend Dan's)
ARE YOU SURE YOU ARE READY FOR THIS?
The following questions were set in last year's GED examination
These are genuine answers (from 16 year olds)......and they WILL
Q. Name the four seasons
A. Salt, pepper, mustard and vinegar
I wanted to share a little lighthearted gratitude to Bob Brown today.
In one of my posts titled “Daily, Ordinary Spirituality”, I asked others to share how they bring their spirituality into their daily lives. In Bob’s response, I found a little gem that I thought profound and meaningful. He was talking about remaining present and had these words to say:
#1 - Worldwide shortage of rare earth metals
The world depends on Rare Earth Metals (REMs) to manufacture everything from electric motors to solar panels and computer parts. Expect a global shortage to hit hard over the next three years. (http://www.naturalnews.com/028028_r...)
This is a short story I wrote this morning. It's
about a man defying the forces of nature and following his dream, in an
odd sort of way.
Buck sat on the couch with a beer in his hand and watched TV. Buck’s dream was to be a worker, but every time that he would try to do some work, hid wife would say, “Honey, do you want another beer?” And there was nothing he could do.
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