Panda Therapy

Is it any wonder the world has fallen in love with these animals.
  

The captions are very clever.

Mum? Can you come and get me down now?

I'm not coming out.
You'll have to come in and get me.

Kung Fu Panda…bring it on!

On the count of three…. Lift!

Does this log make my butt look fat?

Betcha can't see me…..

Oops! Slight miscalculation.

You go. I'll just stay here and rest my head a little bit.

It wasn't me! I didn't steal this bamboo shoot!
It was just sitting here, I swear it!

I'll give you 2 seconds to get off me or I'm calling Mom.

Pardon me but do you have a napkin?


Darn paparazzi! Could we have a little privacy please?

Dear Martha Stewart:
I have this brown stain on my nice, white, fluffy butt…

Shhhh! I'm reviewing…

I cannot believe that I'm stuck in this tree.
What is the matter with me?

I'm sure there's a way out somewhere.
I saw an ant go this way yesterday.

Pandas looking for lost earrings….

Absolutely nothing accomplished.
The perfect day for a panda…

Forgive me Father, for I have sinned…

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http://ofmiceandramen.blogspot.com/2010/04/panda-therapy.html

為什麼窮?


窮人問佛:我為什麼窮?
佛:你沒有學會給予
窮人:我一無所有如何給予?
佛:一個人即使一無所有也可以給予別人七種東西

顏施:即微笑處事,和顏悅色,讓人心生歡喜
言施:鼓勵讚美安慰的話,給人信心
心施:敞開心扉對人和藹,就是待人以誠不虛假
眼施:善意眼光給予別人,就是尊重別人
身施:以行動幫助別人,當歡喜志工
座施:謙讓座位,謙虛禮讓
房施:有容人之心,寬恕包容分享

● 窮————指的是“沒錢的時候”,並不可怕~
最怕的是心窮,為了達到目的,什麼壞心事都做的出來的心窮!!!!!
一個人的福報用盡就會窮~
意思就是運氣差~
做什麼都很不順,很背,很倒楣~~
所以要學會“給予”才會變的富足~~
想富足,就從今天開始始吧~祝福您~~

● 如果一個人一輩子,只為了追求物質的榮華富貴
但是回老家時,一點滴也帶不走
窮的最後下只剩下錢……
那這一輩子算是白過了~~hokor

不要执著失去的甜头

自我反省:

人真的是宠不得呀!给吃点甜头,然后再把这甜头突然拿掉时,就会生气了,然后嚷个不停,好像世界末日似的。應該要分析一 下,唵真的那么需要这甜头吗?少欲知足!少欲知足!只要家人都还健康平安,就是福了!那甜头有或没,其实影响不到本来好好的生活和幸福,不是吗?何苦那么执着呢?

还是多些关心家人吧,明天会发生什么事有谁知呢?因为那得不到的甜头而失去人生目标,那不是更悲哀嗎?

曾经有一位朋友就送我这几句话:“得之我幸,失之我命。”

抱着这样的人生态度,才会看得开些。因为:『得失之间,谈笑自若。得亦何欢,失亦何悲?』

Difference Between Gold and Copper

 
A wise short story that teaches and reminds us about our true value and worth!


 

Long time ago, in Egypt lived a famous mystical person name Zun-Nun. A young man came to visit him and asked “Teacher, I do not understand why people like you dress in such a way and very simple, isn’t in this era was necessary to dress neatly, not only for performance but also for other reasons?” The mystical one only smiled and took his ring from one of his fingers, and said “Young friend, I will answer your question, but first do one thing for me, take this ring and go to the market across this street, can you sell this for one chip of gold?”

Having looked at Zun-Nun’s dirty ring, the young man became doubtful. “One chip of gold, I am not sure this ring could be sold at that price.”

“Try first, young man, who knows you did it.” The Young man went to the market quickly. He offered the ring to the textile, vegetable, meat, fish traders, and the others. The fact was that nobody was willing to pay for a chip of Gold.

He went back to Zun-Nun residence and reported “Teacher, nobody is brave to offer more than one chip of silver.”

With a wise smile Zun-Nun said, “Now go to the Gold Shop at the back of this street. Show this to the owner or to the gold trader. Don’t give your price just listen how much he will pay for this ring.”

The Young man went to the shop mentioned and returned with a different expression from his face. He then reported “Teacher, the traders in the market really do not know the value of this ring, the gold trader offers this ring for one thousand of gold, And the value of this ring is one thousand times from what the traders in the market offer!”

Zun-Nun just smiled subtly and spoke softly, “That is the answer of your question my friend.” Someone cannot be valued only from his dress “The traders in the market” give value like that. But not for “The gold trader”.

Moral of the story: all criticisms, snide remarks which we get sometimes, are from the traders, they do not recognize the gold and put value to it. So do not lose heart and search for the goldsmiths which will recognize your value.

Similarly do not get fooled by the outer appearances, a brass may look like gold but is not gold.

Dig deep before forming an opinion or judging others.