Traffic Camera A man was driving when a traffic camera flashed. He thought his picture was taken for exceeding the speed limit, even though he knew he was not speeding. Just to be sure, he went around the block and passed the same spot, driving even more slowly, but again the camera flashed. He thought this was quite funny, so he slowed down even further as he drove past the area, but the traffic camera flashed yet again. He tried a fourth time with the same result. The fifth time he was laughing when the camera flashed as he rolled past at a snail's pace. Two weeks later, he got five traffic fine letters in the mail for driving without a seat belt. Men! And they say blondes are dumb. sent by orkma

+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 18:33  توسط ايوب  | 

There are many ways to study English, but many students ask which is the most effective. Unfortunately, I don't think there is a single answer that is right for every student. However ... I can certainly give advice. Here are some helpful guidelines as to how to study that should help.

Warming-up to Study English

Just as there are exercises to help you warm up before you play some basketball or other sport, there are exercises which can help you warm up to study English. Here are some simple exercises to help you warm up.

  • Study English I: Activating Your Vocabulary

    Activate your vocabulary by thinking or speaking briefly about the subject you are about to work on. For example, if you are going to study English on topics that focuses on vacations, take a moment to think about your last vacation, what you did, what you enjoyed, etc. This simple exercise will help your brain warm-up to vocabulary that you are likely to encounter as you study English about this particular subject.

  • Study English II: Activating Your Grammar

    Activate your grammar by thinking about the general grammar area before you begin to study. For example, if you are going to study English grammar focusing on the past, stop to think about what you did last weekend, where you went, etc. to help activate what you already understand about using the past. As with activating vocabulary, you'll help your brain bring up what it knows about the past simple in an easy way before you begin to focus on studying English grammar in detail.

  • Study English III: Singing a Song

    Before class begins, or before you sit down to study English sing a song in English to yourself. Make sure to use a song that you understand and know very well. This short and fun exercise will help your brain focus on the English language in a relaxing manner. It's important to be relaxed when you study English! Singing a song also helps activate the creative side of your brain which can help you come up with more examples as your practice conversation or do some creative writing.

  • Study English IV: Typing a Short Paragraph in English

    If you going to study English at your desk, begin by typing a simple paragraph in English. You can type about your day, your hobbies, your friends, etc. Anything will do. Typing helps activate the kinetic part of your brain that helps improve learning through physical activity. I also recommend typing while you study your English grammar. This will help solidify your knowledge with movement.

  • Study English V: A Thousand Words ...

    As the saying goes in English: A picture is worth a thousand words. Help activate the creative side of your brain by trying to describe a photo or other image. You can combine use this also to activate your vocabulary by choosing a picture that has something to do with the subject your are going to study in English.

Study English - Tips for Success

Here are some tips for success to help you as you study English.

  • Study English Every Day

    It's important to study English every day. However, don't exaggerate! Study for thirty minutes every day instead of two hours once a week. Short, steady practice is much better for learning than long periods on an irregular basis. This habit of studying English every day will help keep English in your brain fresh.

  • Study English Using Different Methods to Learn

    Don't just use one way to study English. Use a variety of methods which will help all the parts of your brain (multiple intelligences) help you. For example, if you are learning new vocabulary, create a word map, describe a picture, make a list and study that, type out the words five times. All of these methods together help to reinforce your learning.

  • Study English by Finding some Friends

    There is nothing like having a few friends to study English together. You can practice the exercises together, have conversations together (in English!), and, as you study English together, help each other with exercises you may not understand.

  • Study English by Choosing Topics that Interest You

    One of the most important things to do is to study English using topics that you like. This will help motivate you because you will also be learning about a topic you find interesting while you study English.

+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 10:39  توسط ايوب  | 

As a native speaker I do not find English a very poetic language, but there are some words in English that are a pleasure to say and hear, such as ‘higgledy piggledy’,’hugger mugger’, ‘topsy turvy’ and ‘pell mell’.

Most of these words are rhymes, so they have the same end sound but a different starting sound.

The mix of same and difference may give a slight clue as to their meaning, for all of them mean the same thing – untidy, upside down, confused, all over the place. For example: “My house is all topsy turvy, everything is all over the place”, or, ”Sorry everything is so higgledy piggledy, I will tidy up later”.

Other fun sounding examples of rhyming compounds are: ‘hurly burly’, ‘super duper’, ‘itty bitty’, ‘razzle-dazzle’, ‘bees knees’, and ‘lovey dovey’. With most of these words the first word gives a clue to the meaning which the second word reinforces: for instance ‘lovey’ from ‘love’, and ‘dovey’ from ‘dove’ (a bird that symbolises love) combine to mean an extravagant show of affection.

Examples of more serious rhyming word pairs are ‘nitty gritty’ ( as in “let’s get down to the nitty gritty” or ‘the fundamentals’) and ‘wheeler dealer’ (as in “he’s a bit of a wheeler dealer”, meaning someone who likes buying and selling for his own advantage).

‘Dilly dally’ is another fun sounding verb made famous by the musical hall artist Marie Lloyd: it means to delay or move slowly. It is an example of an assonating compound: two words with the same consonant sound. Another assonating compound, one more familiar to EF Englishtown students, is the word ‘ping pong’ which is another word for table tennis.’ Zig zag’,’ wishy washy’, ‘see saw’, and ‘mish mash’ are more fun sounding common assonating compounds.

You may also come across word pairs where both words have meaning when they stand alone, but when they come together it gives greater meaning for instance: “They were a dream team the year they won the double.”

You may also come across short phrases with two words linked by an article or a conjunction: For example “I want some peace and quiet”. The phrase “I do not want to be the life and soul of the party, but I will just grin and bear it till the party is finished” uses two common noun phrases and a common verb phrase.

These phrases do not work the other way round, so it is always ‘peace and quiet’, not ‘quiet and peace’. ‘Here and there’ is a common adverbial phrase using word pairs and ‘short and sweet’ is an example of an adjectival phrase.

Rhymes and repetition are a good way for children to learn a language so perhaps it is not surprising that there are so many phrases that feature repetition. Why not go out and learn some of these phrases and in dribs and drabs try and introduce them into your language? Before you know it you will be sounding like a native.

As a native speaker I do not find English a very poetic language, but there are some words in English that are a pleasure to say and hear, such as ‘higgledy piggledy’,’hugger mugger’, ‘topsy turvy’ and ‘pell mell’.

Most of these words are rhymes, so they have the same end sound but a different starting sound.

The mix of same and difference may give a slight clue as to their meaning, for all of them mean the same thing – untidy, upside down, confused, all over the place. For example: “My house is all topsy turvy, everything is all over the place”, or, ”Sorry everything is so higgledy piggledy, I will tidy up later”.

Other fun sounding examples of rhyming compounds are: ‘hurly burly’, ‘super duper’, ‘itty bitty’, ‘razzle-dazzle’, ‘bees knees’, and ‘lovey dovey’. With most of these words the first word gives a clue to the meaning which the second word reinforces: for instance ‘lovey’ from ‘love’, and ‘dovey’ from ‘dove’ (a bird that symbolises love) combine to mean an extravagant show of affection.

Examples of more serious rhyming word pairs are ‘nitty gritty’ ( as in “let’s get down to the nitty gritty” or ‘the fundamentals’) and ‘wheeler dealer’ (as in “he’s a bit of a wheeler dealer”, meaning someone who likes buying and selling for his own advantage).

‘Dilly dally’ is another fun sounding verb made famous by the musical hall artist Marie Lloyd: it means to delay or move slowly. It is an example of an assonating compound: two words with the same consonant sound. Another assonating compound, one more familiar to EF Englishtown students, is the word ‘ping pong’ which is another word for table tennis.’ Zig zag’,’ wishy washy’, ‘see saw’, and ‘mish mash’ are more fun sounding common assonating compounds.

You may also come across word pairs where both words have meaning when they stand alone, but when they come together it gives greater meaning for instance: “They were a dream team the year they won the double.”

You may also come across short phrases with two words linked by an article or a conjunction: For example “I want some peace and quiet”. The phrase “I do not want to be the life and soul of the party, but I will just grin and bear it till the party is finished” uses two common noun phrases and a common verb phrase.

These phrases do not work the other way round, so it is always ‘peace and quiet’, not ‘quiet and peace’. ‘Here and there’ is a common adverbial phrase using word pairs and ‘short and sweet’ is an example of an adjectival phrase.

Rhymes and repetition are a good way for children to learn a language so perhaps it is not surprising that there are so many phrases that feature repetition. Why not go out and learn some of these phrases and in dribs and drabs try and introduce them into your language? Before you know it you will be sounding like a native.

- See more at: http://www.englishtown.com/blog/english-vocabulary-funny-word-pairs/#sthash.fTS9qmms.dpuf

+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 9:41  توسط ايوب  | 

When you’re going out with a great person, it’s tempting to max out your credit cards on the biggest, shiniest, most see-how-much-I’m-into-you gift possible. But as most of us have learned from Valentine’s Day experiences, birthdays, and holidays past, the best gifts are rarely the priciest. Usually, they’re the most thoughtful. To that end, we’ve come up with six of the cutest, coolest, most thoughtful things that you can do for any special day to truly show how much you care.

1. Frame a mutual memento
Start with a simple picture frame and get ready to create some low-cost art that’s rich in sentimental value. No, you’re not giving your partner a picture of you, silly. What you need is a memento (just one — no collage skills necessary) from your first date or the time you met, like a matchbook from the restaurant, the receipt where she scrawled her number, a ticket stub from a movie, a brochure for a museum, or an invitation to the party where you two first locked eyes. Put it all together for a simple, sleek piece of art that’s extra-special for the two of you.

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2. Give flowers with finesse
Flowers are a classic gift from an admirer, but they can also set off someone’s cliché alarm. So forget about the overpriced long-stem roses and give your blooms some personality. Start by buying a bunch of loose stems — any that suit your fancy, though choosing two or three different shades of one flower is usually a winner. Or, try different varieties of flowers, all in the same color. Then, wrap something creative around the stems, outside of the florist’s paper — say, a rock-climber’s rope if your date is athletic; a scarf or charm bracelet if your sweetie adores accessorizing; or even a new set of ear buds or cordless mouse if your honey is high-tech.

3. Monogram something surprising
Give your date a taste of the upscale life by giving a monogrammed gift of something you’d never expect to see in a “luxury” version. Start by buying something you already had in mind for your pumpkin, whether that’s a leather case for her iPod, some cute cotton pajamas, or a great new chef’s knife. Then take it to an engraver’s shop or tailor to have it personalized with his or her initials — monograms make even the most practical gift feel priceless. For bonus “Awww…” points, engrave the item with your nickname or pet name for your sweetie instead.

4. Try this card trick
Back in school, you had to bring enough small Valentines for everyone in your class. Now that you’ve got just one special person, you can give him or her the entire box! Hit a grocery or drug store, and buy a package of those silly Valentine’s Day cards from your past. Write cute notes on the back of each, then hide them in things your sweetie uses regularly: tucked inside a jacket pocket, on the driver’s seat of the car, taped to the back of his or her BlackBerry, you name it. Even (or especially!) if it’s several weeks before your cutie finds them all, your clever cards guarantee frequent little surprises — and happy thoughts of you.

5. Nix a chore your sweetie abhors
Sometimes, the best gifts don’t give us something we love, but eliminate something we hate. Your sweetheart will be overjoyed if you take over his or her most-loathed duty, whether it’s laundry, house cleaning, or the monthly Costco run for toilet paper and other staples. You can hand-draw a coupon for doing it yourself, pre-pay for a maid or laundry service, or, if you two are at the level where you’ve exchanged keys, take care of it while your honey is out — the sincere thanks you get will be well worth it.

6. Burn some fond memories into a CD
Mix CDs are a classic gift to give amongst the lovestruck. While the straightforward sentiments in love songs are surely accurate, you can make your CD even more personal by including tunes that refer to different things you’ve done together. Not sure what fits the bill? Check a song-lyric database, like Songlyrics.com, Sing365.com, or Lyricsdownload.com, and search for songs that speak to your relationship — like “Route 66” to commemorate your recent road trip or “One More Cup of Coffee” if you met at Starbucks. And whether you’re dating a Sharona or a Bobby, consider ending your playlist with a tune that contains your sweetie’s name — you’ll be surprised by just how often even some truly unusual names pop up in song lyrics. It’s not an expensive gift to give — but definitely one that showcases your thoughtfulness.
+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 20:14  توسط ايوب  | 

The sun glaring through the window woke me up. I got out of bed and got dressed. I proceeded into the kitchen where I ate cold cereal for breakfast, just like every morning for the past 3 years. It was time to go to work. I stepped outside and walked at a leisurely pace down Madison Ave. It was the best time of year for my line of work: the summer when all of the tourists came to New York. I got to the city square, and as usual, the very same cliques were there, and in numbers today. 'It looks to be a very good day,' I thought as I smiled to myself. I saw a white man in his late 30's. Guessed he looked kind of lost. 'Perfect,' I thought to myself. 'Time to work.' I calmly and confidently stepped up to the man.

"Hello, sir. Can I help you?"

"Yes. I am looking for the Madison Hotel."

"Yes, yes... Oh, okay. Go three blocks down, and take a right. It will be on your left. You can't miss it"

"Thank you."

"You're welcome. Have a good day sir."

I walked away with not only a smile on my face, but with the man's wallet in my pocket. I opened it up to see 48 dollars, a Discover, and a MasterCard. A couple of hours and 4 wallets later, I decided to get lunch. So far, I had acquired 6 credit cards, 726 dollars, and several patent leather, hand-made Italian billfolds. I decided to go to my favorite place a little bistro called daVinci's. They have the best pizza. But then, I saw the man. He was about 6 feet tall, with a dark chocolate complexion. He was actually walking in circles - even an amateur could easily recognize that he was lost. Perfect.

I cautiously approached him, like a lion stalking his pray.

"Hello, sir. Can I help you?"

"Yes. Do you, by any chance, know where the movie theater is?"

"Ah, yes. No problem. Go down 52nd Ave. and take a left. It'll be right there. You can't miss it."

"Thank you, so much."

"No problem, sir. My pleasure."

I was practically bouncing up the street as I opened up the mans wallet. I found three hundred dollars and three credit cards. I glanced at the name on one of the cards. 'Mr. Johnson,' I thought. 'Thank you very much, Mr. Johnson.' I arrived at the restaurant feeling very good indeed. After my 4-course meal Italian feast, I privately made a toast to Mr. Johnson. 'May he increase his own happiness like he has mine.' I decided I was done for the day, and started on my way home. Little did I know, something was about to happen that would change my life forever. On my way back, I passed through a small alley. As I got to the end of the small alley I saw him, I saw my gracious benefactor. A little white girl had fallen down, and Mr. Johnson was kindly helping her up. The mother saw what was going on, and started to scream and yell for help. The mother started to hit Mr. Johnson with her bag and continued to scream. Mr. Johnson tried to explain to her that he was just trying to help, but she would not listen, and incessantly panicked. A few men heard the noise, and came barreling out of a house carrying a couple of bats. The 3 men, who were all white and each about 5 or 6 feet, started yelling at Mr. Johnson. One of the white men hit Mr. Johnson across the face. They all started punching him and hitting him with the bats. They just would not stop. They kept swearing at him, and spitting on him. I wanted to scream: "Stop! Stop! What are you doing?" But I could not. I just stood there, frozen, and was unable to say anything. He was only trying to help - only trying to help a little girl up off of the street. Then, one of the white men pulled out a knife and proceeded to stab Mr. Johnson several times. Then, the 3 white men ran away, dropping the bats as they ran. There, he was the man I had stole from, laying dead in his own pool of blood - alone in a dark alley. It was unfair I had stole from this man when he was looking for my help, and because of this, he is dead. Then it hit me: I killed him. He probably came looking for me when he was killed. I was responsible. I heard the sirens and I ran. I just ran. I realized that I had not only stole his wallet - I had stolen his life. Tears streamed down my face as I ran. God had given me a second chance to realize what I had done. Yes, God had given me a second chance, and Mr. Johnson had paid for it.

+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 11:47  توسط ايوب  | 

بى خبرى , خوش خبرى

No news is Best news

 

شتر ديدى , نديدى

You see nothing, You hear nothing

 

 عجله كار شيطان است

Haste is from the Devil

 

 کاچى به از هيچى

Something is better than nothing

 

 گذشته ها گذشته

Let bygones be bygones

 

 مستى و راستى

There is truth in wine

 

 نوکه اومد به بازار، كهنه میشه دل آزار

Out with the old, in with the new

 

 هر فرازى را نشيبى است

High places have their precipices

 

 هرکه ترسید مرد ,هركه نترسيد برد

Nothing venture , nothing have

 

 همه کاره و هیچكاره

Jack of all trades and master of none

 

 ارزان خرى , انبان خرى

Don't buy everything that is cheap

 

 آشپز كه دوتا شد، آش يا شورميشه يا بي نمك

Too many cooks spoil the broth

 

 انگار آسمون به زمين افتاده

It is not as if the sky is falling

 

 اندكى جمال به از بسيارى مال

Beauty opens locked doors

 

 آدم عجول كار را دوباره ميكنه

Hasty work, Double work

 

 آدم دانا به اشتر نزند مشت

A wise man avoids edged tools

 

 آدم زنده زندگى مى خواد

Live and let live

 

 آدم ترسو هزار بار مى ميره

Cowards die Many times Before Their Death

 

 كس نخارد پشت من جز ناخن انگشت من

you want a thing done, do it yourself

 

 آب رفته به جوى باز نمى گردد

What is done can not be undone

 

 آب از سرش گذشته

It is all up with him

 

 آب ريخته جمع شدنى نيست

Don't cry over the spilled milk

+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 1:12  توسط ايوب  | 

The Empire State Building is a 102-story Art Deco skyscraper in New York City at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and West 34th Street. Its name is derived from the nickname for the state of New York. It stood as the world's tallest building for more than forty years, from its completion in 1931 until construction of the World Trade Center's North Tower was completed in 1972. Following the destruction of the World Trade Center in 2001, the Empire State Building again became the tallest building in New York City and New York State.

The Empire State Building has been named by the American Society of Civil Engineers as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. The building and its street floor interior are designated landmarks of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, and confirmed by the New York City Board of Estimate.[4] It was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1986.[3][5][6] In 2007, it was ranked number one on the List of America's Favorite Architecture according to the AIA. The building is owned and managed by W&H Properties.[7]

The Empire State Building is the second tallest skyscraper in the Americas (surpassed only by the Sears Tower) and the 9th tallest in the World. It is also the 4th tallest freestanding structure in the Americas and the 12th
tallest in the world

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+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 1:2  توسط ايوب  | 

life is what u make it
it’s that simple and plain
sometimes u get sunshine
but for now we got no rain;

so thats how it all started,
as simple as that,
its been a while,
a long while indeed;

one hell of a hot summer,
sweating and perspiring
like never before,
sleepless nights and broken hearts;

waiting for the clouds
to open up,
a game of wait and watch
like good old times has begun;

predictions and assumptions are plenty,
reality only known to the beholder,
everyone has an opinion
and everyone has an idea;

with the summer’s out of the way
and the rain clouds still not in sight,
keeping a constant vigil on the local weather forecast,
watching in silence, i am eagerly waiting to jump into the puddle
and splash my worries away

+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 12:47  توسط ايوب  | 


Uncensored English UE03 - idioms - kick ass


This podcast covers the phrase to kick (someone’s / something’s) ass and kick-ass as an adjective. First we need to talk about the ass part. It can refer to a real ass (butt or bum), but usually the ass is metaphorical. That is, it’s not a question of a real-world, physical ass; the ass stands for something else. In fact, all usages of kick ass that don’t involve a physical foot connecting to a physical ass are metaphorical figures of speech.

 

For example, “We got our ass(es) kicked in the football game last night” means “The other team beat us by a good margin.” It’s unlikely that any team member’s ass actually had contact with a foot.
kickass
The expression kick ass is used as an adjective and in verb phrases. First we’ll look at the verbs

+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 1:17  توسط ايوب  | 

I hope this would be useful for you to improve your vocabulary. These are a few methods which all need work, time, and enthusiasm.

 

How to improve your vocabulary?

 

Following are a few methods for expanding your vocabulary with words you will fell comfortable using. Try one or more of these at your convenience. The ones that seem most appealing will probably work best for you.

 

1. Make a list of subjects that fascinate you the most. The more you enjoy a topic, the easier to learn about it. Now go to your local library and search for a dictionary of words specific to one of these topics. For example If you like baseball you may find a dictionary of baseball words. Not every topic will have its own dictionary of relevant words, but you? Once you have found a dictionary for one of your favorite topics, thumb through it looking for words that you have never heard or having found the words you have heard that you don’t know the meanings of. The sheer joy of having found the words and their meanings will help the sink into your memory. Since they relate to a favorite topic, you will likely practice and use them regularly with all the commitment needed to make them a part of regular conversation.
2. In different parts of the country people favor different words. Try picking up or subscribing to a newspaper from another part of the country. Or enlist a friend or relative from another area to join in on vocabulary improvement and offer to send them a copy of your heaviest big city newspaper in exchange for yours. Or go online and read such a newspaper on line for free.
3. To make learning easier and more productive, use flash cards in a new and more effective way to master several words at once. Instead of putting separate words on separate cards with separate meanings. Pick four words on separate cards with separate meanings. Pick four words that all have the same or similar meanings and write them on one side with their meanings clearly identified on the other. Since you will be learning the same or very closely related word meanings for four words, you will be learning four words and one definition with slightly subtle changes. This brings it all together as one task in which you learn four times as much in about times,

4. Objective words are easier because you are learning the definition of a word which is also a tangible item that you can picture in your mind. Go to a unique curio shop, specially the store or science or other obscure type of museum you have never been to before. Keep any brochures or other documentation that describes what you are seeing. Let the mental pictures drive the names of these items and their descriptions deep into your mind for recall later.
5. You learn much more by being humble than being proud. Just as when driving you should be willing to stop and ask for directions, you shouldn’t be afraid to do some digging when there is a word you should understand. Look it up or even have the courage to ask. Go on a word hunt. Write down what you didn’t understand and quickly hound that word and its meaning with your own research until you find it. The satisfaction of that one word will bolster your confidence that you can learn many other words if you want to.
+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 3:31  توسط ايوب  | 

Reading is much more than simple word identification, reading is a process of making sense of print. Efficient reading is creating that comprehension with the least amount of effort. However, while we read in order to comprehend, comprehension is not the end goal, or the peak of the pyramid, in the reading process. In fact, there is no end goal, comprehension is not the summit of a mountain that a reader tries to climb. If this were the case then once that summit, or goal, were reached there would be nowhere to go but down. On the contrary, the reading process cannot have comprehension as it's peak, because once comprehension is reached, it becomes part of the readers new "theory of the world". The reader will then relate all new information to this "theory of the world" in order to construct further meaning. Therefore, instead of viewing the reading process as a pyramid, or a mountain to be climbed with "comprehension" at its peak, it is more accurate to view reading as a cyclical process. While comprehension may be a goal of reading, that comprehension then becomes the foundation on which future meaning can be constructed. The ultimate goal, or rather the ultimate by-product, of this reading process is actually life-long learning. Nevertheless, in order to increase the likelihood that comprehension will occur when transacting with texts, a foundation of four basic building blocks must be in place. This foundation includes the reader himself, reading strategies, classroom environment, and student interest.

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+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 15:0  توسط ايوب  | 

A Nice story with a good moral. Please go through.

A kindergarten teacher has decided to let her class play a game.

The teacher told each child in the class to bring along a plastic bag containing a few potatoes.

Each potato will be given a name of a person that the child hates,

So the number of potatoes that a child will put in his/her plastic bag will depend on the number of people he/she hates.

So when the day came, every child brought some potatoes with the name of the people he/she hated. Some had 2 potatoes; some 3 while some up to 5 potatoes. The teacher then told the children to carry with them the potatoes in the plastic bag wherever they go (even to the toilet) for 1 week.

Days after days passed by, and the children started to complain due to the unpleasant smell let out by the rotten potatoes. Besides, those having 5 potatoes also had to carry heavier bags. After 1 week, the children were relieved because the game had finally ended....

The teacher asked: "How did you feel while carrying the potatoes with you for 1 week?". The children let out their frustrations and started complaining of the trouble that they had to go through having to carry the heavy and smelly potatoes wherever they go.

Then the teacher told them the hidden meaning behind the game. The teacher said: "This is exactly the situation when you carry your hatred for somebody inside your heart. The stench of hatred will contaminate your heart and you will carry it with you wherever you go. If you cannot tolerate the smell of rotten potatoes for just 1 week, can you imagine what is it like to have the stench of hatred in your heart for your lifetime???"

Moral of the story: Throw away any hatred for anyone from your heart so that you will not carry sins for a lifetime. Forgiving others is the best attitude to take!

True love is not loving a perfect person but loving an imperfect person perfectly!!

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+ نوشته شده در  ساعت 14:56  توسط ايوب  |