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WITandWISDOM(tm) - December 30, 1998
We often fear being rejected so very much that we reject ourselves first before anyone else has the chance. - Author Unknown
Source: DailyQuote c1998 http://www.dailycast.com
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
Let a man set his heart only on doing the will of God and he is instantly free. . . If we understand our first and sole duty to consist of loving God supremely and loving everyone, even our enemies, for God's dear sake, then we can enjoy spiritual tranquilly under every circumstance. - A. W. Tozer (1897-1963)
Source: Christian Quotation of the Day http://www.gospelcom.net/cqod/cqodlist.htm
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
"BURMA SHAVE" ADS
Remember these signs? One saying was usually on four signs, a quarter of a mile apart bring us "miles of smiles."
On curves ahead,
That rabbit's foot
didn't save the bunny.
they put the quart
before the hearse.
Sleep in a chair,
nothing to lose,
but a nap at the wheel
is a permanent snooze.
Angels who guard you
when you drive,
April, June and
the speed offender.
If hugging on highways
is your sport,
turn in your car
for a davenport!
Don't lose your head
to gain a minute,
you need your head,
your brains are in it.
Submitted by Hannelore Dill
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
A mother mouse and a baby mouse are walking along, when all of a sudden, a cat attacks them.
The mother mouse goes, "BARK!" and the cat runs away.
"See?" says the mother mouse to her baby. "Now do you see why it's important to learn a foreign language?"
Joke Review mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Millions of objects have been lost at sea over the years! Single accidents have released 500,000 cans of beer, 29,000 yellow ducks (and other bathtub friends), 80,000 Nike sneakers, 5 million Lego toy pieces, and hundreds of thousands of rubber sandals.
In addition, at any one time there are millions of chunks of trash and other objects, and fifty or more abandoned vessels, all floating free, carried by the currents on the open ocean.
Each year, thousands of these items wash ashore on beaches around the world. Some people study their patterns of distribution, which can reveal much about currents and ocean circulation. When an accident releases a vast number of items, special alerts go out to beachcombers, who watch for them and report the time and place where each object is found.
The Beachcomber's Alert, with great stories about mysterious finds:
Source: The Learning Kingdom http://www.LearningKingdom.com/join.html