Tuesday, May 4, 2010

A fool who cursed the sun was surprised to see it still shining.

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  1. A fool is always a fool; a curse always a curse,
    Neither have a blessing to be divine,
    The sun is a star that will reply to both,
    I’ll be damned if I will not shine.

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  2. Was the fool surprised when it rained?

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  3. Anyone who curses sunshine is most certainly a fool.

    Another gem, Marty!

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  4. So true - we so often think our feelings and beliefs are reality.

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  5. if you go through life looking down , you'll miss the sunshine!

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  6. "It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt."
    Abraham Lincoln

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  7. We are always peering into the mouth of the gift horse and wondering where the rest of it is.

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  8. How about the fool who curses the rain? ;-)

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  9. So true! I love this aphorism, NP.

    So, if you can't be a sun, be a shade.

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  10. Unfortunately, Fools will continue to curse and luckily the sun will keep on shining.

    No need to worry about until they try to fool others too.

    Best Wishes!

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  11. Sun is selflessly give us warmth. We have to learn from the sun how big heart he is.

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  12. I love this one, we have a little time for summer so the sun is appreciated...Whomever curse the sun. Well, I thing that need to extend my way of thinking...Great aphorism!

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  15. hahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

    The envious fool thinks he can put out the sun by throwing sticks and stones at it. :D

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  16. hahahahhaahhahahaah! :D

    The envious fool thinks he can put out the sun by throwing sticks and stones at it.

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