A RE-BLOG POST A Best form of Charity……..

Thank You, Kamal, for giving us this splendid story to imitate just where we are planted–Christ loves this story!

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There is a Restaurant in Norway that has come out with a selfless act of charity and kindness for all the needy people of their country:

Do you know what is “Suspended Coffee” or “Suspended Meal”? Let me tell you what this is:

A woman went to this restaurant and when giving money at the counter tells the billing person: “Five coffees, two suspended”. She then gave money for five coffees and carried three cups of coffee with her to the table. Another person came and ordered: “Ten coffees, five suspended.” He too paid for ten and grabbed five coffees.” After that another woman came and ordered: “Five meals, two suspended” She then paid for five meals and took three lunch packets with her.”

An old man with shabby and dirty clothes then entered the restaurant, came to the counter and said in a quiet voice, “Any, suspended coffee?” He…

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A RE-BLOG POST Perfect Love………..

What a glorious topic – Love – as you describe , my favorite subject too, so I happily wish to re-blog your story here, thanks dear Kamal.

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My wonderful friend, Zaza from scribeforlove blog has written enchanting three verses on Perfect Love and I have added few verses into a poem that is penned below:

Perfect Love:

Tears as precious pearls

Ravishes a frightful heart

The soft heart was broken into tiny pieces

Without repair for days together

Then True Love came riding on his bicycle

As swiftly as he could to console his Beloved

With a Bouquet of pink roses

A lovely gift of precious pearls

As white as a milky way

Encased in a lovely necklace

Whispers in loves forlorn ears

Come my darling, my gorgeous love

A gift from the Gods have I brought for you

Awaken with the freshness of a dew drop

Do not despair, do not cry my love

I shall give you all my comfort

Caress you like a gentle flower

Take you in my arms forever

I have…

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A vagabond stumbled along a monastery deeply nestled in the countryside.  He knocked at the iron gate and was warmly greeted by the porter.  Together they sat on a cold wooden bench overlooking the lake.  While the monk pulled a small loaf of bread from his deep habit pocket to give to him, the stranger asked:  “What do you monks do all day long?”  The porter gently replied:  “We miss the mark, we fall, get up and fail again and start all over tomorrow.”  —said a monk friend of mine.

It seems we cannot know ourselves without first noticing our faults.  Then begins the path of self-knowledge, inner freedom and learning to depend on the mercy of God.

May self knowledge be your constant companion in life.


Sacrifice is the salt of the society.”  –Mother Teresa

A RE-BLOG POST – The Cracked Pot…………

Such a heartwarming story, the best part is “loving our flaws,” and worthy of a re-blog here – Excellent storytelling, Kamal.

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A young woman worked for a merchant who lived on top of a hill. She had to walk down the hill every day to collect water from a stream. She had two pots to carry water, which she hung upon a pole and carried over her shoulders. One of the pots had a crack but she still used it. The woman would fill them to the brim and walk back up the hill. By the time she reached the house, the cracked pot would only be half full.

When the cracked pot saw water filled to the top in the other pot, it began to feel desolate and sad. After a few years, the cracked pot spoke to the lady, “I apologize for my flaws. I spill half of the water, I’m of no good”. The lady replied gently, “As we return to the master’s house, I want you to…

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A RE-BLOG POST – The Lonely Man of the Night………..

This is a Truth story and a good reason for praying for strangers and worthy of a re-blog here, thank you for this stark reminder.

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He was a lonely man of the night

A seal of silence upon his lips

He was left lonely and sad

Had lost hope in everybody

Trust, he did not anyone

He was the deserted one

The one without a tomorrow

He was a lonely man of the night

A seal of silence upon his lips

A hundred stories left untold upon his lips

He left the unwelcome city

Without thinking about tomorrows

He was the passenger of the nights

With no baggage in sight

He was a lonely man of the night

A seal of silence upon his lips

Alone and lonely, bitter and infamous

No one seemed interested to talk to Him

He slept in the open streets or gutters

There was no soul ready to listen to Him

A hundred stories left untold upon his lips………….

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RE-BLOG POST – Learning to Be Grateful………

Again, Kamal, thank you for the great gratitude reminder.

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qualification that gave you a job, is the same qualification someone has who
still does not have a job and is going from pillar to post. BE GRATEFUL

The prayer that God answered for you and showered you with his grace, is the same prayer others have been praying but without success for years. BE GRATEFUL

The road you use safely on a daily basis to travel, is the same road where many others have lost their precious lives. BE GRATEFUL

temple in which God blessed you, is the same temple other people too worship
in, yet their lives are still in disharmony. BE GRATEFUL

bed you used in the hospital when you were sick and you got healed and were
discharged, is the same bed many other people breathed their last. BE

rain that made your field produce good crops, is the same rain…

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