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11/23/2008

7000 Men

7000 Men stood around a tree around. They enjoyed a wild and exciting time. If a man standing at the border of the 7000 told a joke, then the joke wandered on many ways through the crowd and when the joke finally returned to the narrator, then the original joke was changed and barely recognizable.

A man asked his neighbor, "What is the difference between men and women?"

"I do not know," said the neighbor.

"Well, then just grow up - hehehe," he laughed gamy.

Approximately twenty minutes the joke returned. A stranger asked, "do you know the difference between green and blue?"

"I do not know."

"Well then learn to see first and see that the green absorbs force and blue donates life."

The man nodded gratefully. "Oh, how fine," he thought. "Thus I can use the 7000 men to fathom the meaning of life. "

Again he spoke to his neighbor. "Do you know the difference between a meaningful and a senseless life?"

The man nodded, "Tell me."

"Well, a man must be looking for a job, get children and has to believe in God." He shrugged. "I'm afraid that's it."

His neighbor turned around and shared the information with other men.

Finally, someone knocked on his shoulder. He saw a man in his face who looked as if he were an identical twin of him. This man said, "The meaning of life, you know it?"

"Tell me," he answered expectantly to his mirror image.

"The meaning of life is different for everyone. All in all the lives are trying to bring the group forward, which has become too large to be controlled reasonable by one life . Some question we ask, may be a question to all human beings as Group. "

On this day 7000 men asked 7000 questions, but each individual received only twenty responses from the 7000 found answers.

6 comments:

Jena Isle said...

Of course, life has a different meaning to each one of us. Our definition of life is bases on our own experiences.

What a creative way to express it. Thanks for sharing.

Dolly's Diary said...

Hi
I really liked that story, thanks for sharing. I posted an award for you on my blog last night.
Take Care,
Janet :)

nyl said...

nice one..

enreal said...

I loved this tale... there are so many wonderful lessons to be learned... thank you for being a teacher

Ray Gratzner said...

Dear jena, yes we all have experiences and what could we do by real networking? Thank you once more for a positive comment... Happy Blogging.

Thanks Janet, I will post this award, and I have still to post one award that I received from famous jena isle.... Thank you and happy blogging

Dear nyl, thank you for commenting, you are welcome...

Dear enreal, it makes me happy to read that. Thank you for these motivating words... Happy blogging

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