Friday, December 17, 2004

3 good forwards

Few centuries ago, a Law teacher came across a student who was willing to learn but was unable to pay the fee. The student struck a deal saying ' I would pay your fee the day i win my first case in the court'.

Teacher agreed and proceeded with the law course.
When the course was finished and teacher started pestering the student to pay up the fee, student reminded the deal and pushed days. Fed up with this, the teacher decided to sue the student in the court of law and both of them decided to argue for themselves.

The teacher put forward his argument saying: “If I win this case, as per the court of law, student has to pay me. And if I lose the case, student will still pay me because he would have won his first case. So either way I will have to get the money ".

Equally brilliant student argued back saying: "If I win the case, as per the court of law, i don't have to pay anything to the teacher. And if I lose the case, I don't have to pay him because I haven't won my first case yet. So either way, I am not going to pay the teacher anything".

Normal PJ...I call it creative
Question: You are in a boat in the middle of a river. You have 2 cigarettes and have to light any one cigarette. You don't have anything else with you in the boat? How will you do it?

Answer 1: Take one cigarette and throw it in the water. So the boat will become LIGHTER...using this LIGHTER you can light the other cigarette.

Answer 2: You throw a cigarette up and catch it. Catches win Matches. Using the matches that you win, you can light the cigarette.

Answer 3: Take water in your hand and drop it drop by drop... (TIP - TIP)
"TIP TIP barsa Pani.
Pani ne aag lagayee."

us aag se hamne cigarette jalayee.

Answer 4: Start praising one cigarette, the other will get jealous & "jalney lagega"

The fields were parched and brown from lack of rain, and the crops lay wilting from thirst. People were anxious and irritable as they
searched the sky for any sign of relief. Days turned into arid weeks. No rain came.
The ministers of the local churches called for an hour of prayer on the town square the following Saturday. They requested that everyone bring an object of faith for inspiration.
At high noon on the appointed Saturday the townspeople turned out en-masse filling the square with anxious faces and hopeful hearts. The
ministers were touched to see the variety of objects clutched in prayerful hands - holy books, crosses, and rosaries.

When the hour ended, as if on magical command, a soft rain began to fall. Cheers swept the crowd as they held their treasured objects high in gratitude and praise.
From the middle of the crowd one faith symbol seemed to overshadow all the others:
A small nine-year-old child had brought an umbrella!
When you do something in life, have complete faith that you will definitely succeed.

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