Two friends were walking through the desert. During some point of the journey they had an argument and one friend slapped the other one in the face.
The one who got slapped was hurt, but without saying anything, wrote in the sand:
“Today my best friend slapped me in the face.”
They kept on walking, until they found an oasis, where they decided to take a bath. The one who had been slapped got stuck in the mire and started drowning, but the friend saved him.
After he recovered from the near drowning, he wrote on a stone:
“Today my best friend saved my life.”
The friend who had slapped and saved his best friend asked him, “After I hurt you, you wrote in the sand and now, you write on a stone. Why?”
The other friend replied,
“When someone hurts us we should write it down in sand where winds of forgiveness can erase it away. But when someone does something good for us, we must engrave it in stone where no wind can ever erase it.”
LAST WEEK’S POLLS
I have or would watch both 88.89% (8 votes)
I have watched or would watch “Lucky Them”. 11.11% (1 votes)
Total Votes: 9
Yes 57.14% (8 votes)
No 35.71% (5 votes)
I didn’t not like it 7.14% (1 votes)
No 58.82% (10 votes)
Yes 41.18% (7 votes)
Total Votes: 17
Socrates, Plato & Aristotle 44.44% (4 votes)
Socrates, Aristotle & Plato 22.22% (2 votes)
Plato, Socrates & Aristotle 11.11% (1 votes)
Aristotle, Socrates & Plato 11.11% (1 votes)
Aristotle, Plato & Socrates 11.11% (1 votes)
Plato, Aristotle & Socrates 0% (0 votes)
No 75% (12 votes)
Yes 12.5% (2 votes)
No opinion 12.5% (2 votes)
Total Votes: 16
Yes 100% (16 votes)
No 0% (0 votes)
BOOK OF THE WEEK
PLAY OF THE WEEK
I saw this play yesterday and thought it was so funny.
Arsenic & Old Lace
Arsenic and Old Lace is a play by American playwright Joseph Kesselring, written in 1939. The play is a comedy revolving around the Brewster family, now composed of insane homicidal maniacs. The hero, Mortimer Brewster, is a drama critic who must deal with his crazy, homicidal family and local police in Brooklyn, New York.
His family includes two spinster aunts who have taken to murdering lonely old men by poisoning them with a glass of home-made elderberry wine laced with arsenic, strychnine, and “just a pinch” of cyanide.
A brother who believes he is Theodore Roosevelt and digs locks for the Panama Canal in the cellar of the Brewster home (which then serve as graves for the aunts’ victims.
And a murderous brother who has received plastic surgery performed by an alcoholic accomplice, Dr. Einstein (a character based on real-life gangland surgeon Joseph Moran) to conceal his identity, and now looks like horror-film actor Boris Karloff (a self-referential joke, as the part was originally played on Broadway by Karloff). (Reference: Wikipedia)
MUSIC OF THE WEEK
Many people believe music has the power to change you. Will it certainly did change these three guys.
Music Changes You
By Logan Paul
ART OF THE WEEK
I thought for a change, you might enjoy some poetry this week.
EXTRAORDINARY PERSON OF THE WEEK
Plato (428 – 423 BC to 347 BC)
Plato (428/427 or 424/423 – 348/347 BC) was a philosopher in Classical Greece and the founder of the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the Western world. He is widely considered the pivotal figure in the development of Western philosophy. Unlike nearly all of his philosophical contemporaries, Plato’s entire work is believed to have survived intact for over 2,400 years.
Along with his teacher, Socrates, and his most famous student, Aristotle, Plato laid the foundations of Western philosophy and science.
THIS WEEK’S JOKE
My City Is Creating Bike Lanes
This past week, Facebook has gone crazy with so many people passing on several versions of the exact warning
Please select all that apply
Warning: This book will not change your life, only you can do that.