A Case for Patience – Wednesday Wisdom

Julie Rhodes

 

A half-starved fox, who saw in the hollow of an oak tree some bread and meat left there by shepherds, crept in and ate it.
With his stomach distended he could not get out again.
Another fox, passing by and hearing his cries and lamentations, came up and asked what was the matter.
On being told, he said : “Well, stay there till you are as thin as you were when you went in: then you’ll get out quite easily.”

∼This tale shows how time solves difficult problems∼

Fables of Aesop

 

Daily Prompt – The Satisfaction of a List

Daily Prompt

The Satisfaction of a List

Who doesn’t love a list? So write one! Top five slices of pizza in your town, ten reasons disco will never die, the three secrets to happiness — go silly or go deep, just go list-y.

Just a few Words of Wisdom for my children 😀

One day at a time

Life’s short eat cookies

Be Kind

When in doubt , mumble

Some people really suck…avoid them

Tomorrow is a new day.

Live, Love, Laugh

Put yourself in someone elses shoes

You are never fully dressed without a smile 😀 😀 😀

Dance like nobody’s  watching

and last but not least

Wine is sunshine held together by water! – Galileo Gallilei

 

 

≈Laugh loudly, Love generously, Care deeply, Speak kindly≈