Life is Like a Multifaceted Prism
Life is like a multifaceted prism,
which gives different colored images,
when viewed from different angles.
Look how it appears to different people:
a. Life is a struggle, face it.
b. Life is a brief intermission, between birth and death, enjoy it.
c. Life is a lesson, learn it.
d. Life is not a joke, take it seriously.
e. Life is work, work is life.
f. Life is a dream, to be realized.
g. Life is to be lived, enjoy it.
h. Life, without a wife, is no life.
i. Life is not a bed of roses.
j. Life is an ocean, fathom it.
k. Life is an opportunity, don’t miss it.
l. Life without love is desolate.
m. Life is a goldmine, exploit it.
n. Life is what you make it.
o. Life lies in optimism. Be a positive thinker.
p. Life is like a game of snakes and ladders; one faces many pitfalls before one reaches the top.
q. Life will be a pleasure, if you love your work.
r. Life without goals, is groping in darkness.
s. Life without trust is a life in turmoil.
t. Life is a journey; make it as pleasant as possible.
u. Life doesn’t mean bread alone.
v. Life is meaningful, only if there is a mission.
w. Life is enriched by good friendship.
x. Life doesn’t mean years alone: “IT IS THE LIFE IN THOSE YEARS”
y. Life is useful, if you contribute something that will outlive it.
z. Life lies in diversity, not in monotony.
by M. K. Soni
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The Hand that Rocks the Cradle Rules the World
What an important job a mother has!
The mothers of the next generation are the ones who are molding the future.
Motherhood is just about the greatest calling in the world.
Of course, taking care of a baby may not always seem very important,
but don’t ever minimize it.
Who knows what an impact that child may have on the lives of many others one day?
the strength of Samson,
the wisdom of Solomon,
the patience of Job,
the faith of Abraham,
the insight of Daniel,
and the courage and administrative ability of David.
It also takes the love of God,
that’s for sure!
What a job!
The thing that makes a mother so wonderful is her
self-sacrificial spirit that is willing to sacrifice
her time and strength and even her own health,
if necessary, for the sake of that child.
Any woman can have a baby,
but it takes a real mother to learn how to
“train up a child in the way he should go”