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DateLine Sunday, 11 May 2008





Marriage Proposals
Government Gazette

Fifty - fifty

Animals held their annual meeting in order to discuss their matters in the jungle. When the turn arrived for animals to produce their questions, herbivores demanded that they too need equal rights as carnivores.

On hearing this, carnivores quipped at herbivores saying “Your idea is fine. We do agree too. But you all don’t have strong claws and sharp teeth as we do”.

Morale of the story

There are people who grumble that they are not given due recognition and honour. When people who deserve due recognition and honour enjoy all facilities, others think that they too deserve it. But they do not think that they are qualified enough to demand those which are enjoyed by those who are qualified. That is mainly due to their ignorance.

Human beings are varied in ability. One may not be able to do what another is able. Before demanding something another is enjoying, one should ponder whether he is qualified enough.



Gamin Gamata - Presidential Community & Welfare Service
Ceylinco Banyan Villas

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