There was a man in Isfahan who used to beat his wife but unfortunately she succumbed to his beating though he had not intended to kill her. But when she was dead he became fearful of her relatives. In a state of anxiety he came out of his house and met an acquaintance to whom he posed his problem.
The friend told him to invite a young man to his house and behead him and put the severed head next to the wife’s corpse. Then he would tell the wife’s relatives that he had found them together in bed and was unable to control his ire. And slew them both. The man liked the idea and sat at the doorway in anticipation of a young man. After sometime a handsome youth passed by his house. He invited him inside and beheaded him.
Then he summoned the wife’s relatives and told them the fictitious story. They were satisfied but the person who had devised this plan had a teenage son who did not reach home that day. The man was worried and when the son failed to turn up he came to the house of the one whom he had offered evil advice and asked him if he carried out the plan suggested by him. Yes, said he and took him near the dead bodies. He was shocked when he saw that the youth he had killed was his own son. His evil advice caused the death of his own son.
The moral of this story is that one who digs a pit for others falls into it himself.
A jobless man applied for the position of “office boy” at a very big firm.
The HR manager interviewed him, then a test: clean the floor. “You are hired” he said, give me your email address, and I’ll send you the application to fill, as well as when you will start.
The man replied “I don’t have a computer, neither an email.”
I’m sorry, said the HR manager, if you don’t have an email that means you do not exist. And who doesn’t exist, cannot have the job. The man left with no hope at all. He didn’t know what to do, with only $10 US in his pocket.
He then decided to go to the supermarket and buy a 10 KG tomato crate. He then sold the tomatoes in a door to door round. In less than two hours, he succeeded to double his capital. He repeated the operation 3 times, and returned home with $60 US. The man realized that he can survive by this way, and started to go everyday earlier, and return late. Thus, his money doubles or triples every day. Shortly later, he bought a cart, then a truck, and then he had his own fleet of delivery vehicles. 5 years later, the man is one of the biggest food retailers in the US. He started to plan his family’s future, and decided to have a life insurance.
He called an insurance broker, and chooses a protection plan. When the conversation was concluded, the broker asked him his email. The man replied: “I don’t have an email.” The broker replied curiously, you don’t have an email, and yet have succeeded to build an empire. Do you imagine what you could have been if you had an email? The man thought for a while, and replied: an office boy!
a moment of … Art~
Every house has rules, I remember growing up, my father would yell, “If your going to live in my house you will abide by MY rules.” My mother on the other hand, her number one rule was, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
I was talking the other day with a co-worker from the prison who had come over to go fishing, about the law and rules. My daughter walked up when it was asked, “What is the number one rule in our house. ”
I answered, “Honor above all things.” She agreed. “To tell the truth and do the right thing, always.”
He looked at her and asked, “What is the second rule of the house.”
She answered proudly, “Do to others like you want them to do to you.” I smiled.
He asked, “Is there a third rule in the house?”
She shy’d a bit then replied, “Yep, if my mommy is asleep, you better not wake her unless it is an emergency.”
“Do to others like you want them to do to you”