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Thursday, May 17, 2012


A small boy with a penny clutched tightly in his warm little hand entered a toyshop. As soon as he saw various toys, he started driving the salesman to distraction asking him to show this and that and everything…. He was unable to make up his mind on any of those toys.

“Look here, my boy” said the storekeeper finally, “What do you want to buy for a penny …the whole world with a fence around it?”

The boy thought for a moment, smiled and then replied, “O.K. Let me see that …!”

Moral of the Story ….

Friends, most of us are like that small boy.
To grow old is not to grow up, to become old is not to become mature. Maturity has nothing to do with the age at all. Maturity has something to do with becoming more and more conscious, more and more silent, aware, becoming more and more watchful of what one is doing and why, where one is going and why.
Friends, maturity comes through understanding the difference between that which is possible and that which is not possible.

Have a Great Day Friends!