Saturday, May 21, 2011

Blab: Learning








One day my wealthy aunt bought 2 big baskets of ripe mangoes from the province. They were tempting. They hypnotize me. I thought it wouldn’t hurt to get a piece and eat it. I enjoyed every bite of the sweet temptation served before me. Unfortunately, my aunt found out that I stole a mango so she punished me. After awhile, no one was ever allowed to get a single piece of mango from the baskets. After a week, the first basket wasn’t even half empty when they discovered that most of the mangoes were already rotten. There’s nothing to do but throw most of it. They tried to give me a piece half rotten but I refused. Lesson learned: blessings should be shared; otherwise, no one will benefit from it, even the owner.

4 comments:

  1. May part 2 pala ang kwento ng mangga. Dami napupulot na aral ah. Tunay na ang pagdadamot ay walang nadudulot na kabutihan. Ika nga share your blessings at lalo ka pagpapalain.


    Lol. Natunaw naman ako don sa comment mo sa blog ko. Lol. Salamat naman. Magaling ka naman kase ikaw na writter, maiksi pero kuha mo agad ung ibig pahiwatig. Kaso nga lang dun sa mga entries mo ba di ako makarelate di ako nagcocomment. Sorry naman.

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  2. tama, always share your blessings esp. pag food, kung sobra sobra naman para sayo,bakit hindi ka magbigay, mas gugustuhin mo pang basura ang makinabang.

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  3. @keatondrunk: i super agree
    @bulakbolero.sg: ang mangga... bow...its nice to know that someone appreciates and relates to what i have written... hehehe salamat ng marami
    @mark: gusto ko yon, mabuti pang tao ang makinabang kesa basura... hehehehe

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