Dark Nights Bring Darker Days
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Little girl and her father were crossing a bridge.The father was kind of scared so he asked his little daughter,

"Sweetheart, please hold my hand so that you don't fall into the river."

The little girl said, "No, Dad. You hold my hand."

"What's the difference?" Asked the puzzled father.

"There's a big difference," replied the little girl. "If I hold your hand and something happens to me, chances are that I may let your hand go. But if you hold my hand, I know for sure that no matter what happens, you will never let my hand go."

In any relationship, the essence of trust is not in its bind, but in its bond.

So hold the hand of the person who loves you rather than expecting them to hold yours...


When you were 5, your mom gave you a ice cream cone. You thank her by yelling at her that it's the wrong kind.

When you were 9, your mom drove you from swimming class to soccer and one birthday party to another. You thanked her by slamming the door and never looking back.

When you were 10, your mom payed for piano classes. You thanked her by never coming to class.

When you were 12, your mom was waiting for a very important call. You thanked her by talking on the phone all night.

When you were 14, your mom payed for a month away at summer camp. You thanked her by not bothering to write a single letter.

When you were 16, your mom taught you how to drive her car. You thanked her by taking it every chance you got.

When you were 17, your mom drove you to the mall and gave you her credit card. You thanked her by maxing it out.

When you were 18, your mom cried at your high school graduation. You thanked her by partying until dawn.

When you were 20, your mom drove you to collage. You thanked her by saying good-bye to her outside the drom so you wouldn't have to say bye in front of your friends.

When you were 26, your mom payed for your wedding. You thanked her by moving halfway across the world.

When you were 30, your mom fell ill and needed you to take care of her. You thanked her by reading about the burden parents became to children.

Then, one day, she quietly died and everything you did came crashing down on you.

If YOU love your mom, re-post this and if you don't, you won't care if your mom dies, will you?


Girl: Can you slow down?! I'm scared!

Boy: Sure, but first, tell me you love me.

Girl: I love you, now can we please slow down?

Boy: Hug me.

Girl: *hugs him*

Boy: Now can you please take this helmet off me, it's bugging me?!

Girl takes off his helmet and puts it on her own head

Next day in the paper...

There was a motercycle crash yesterday due to break failure. There were two passengers, but only one survived.

Truth...

Halfway down the road the boy realized his breaks broke, but didn't want to scare the girl so he had her say 'I love you', and hug him one last time, then put his helmet on so he would die but she would live...


A long time ago, there was a huge apple tree. A little boy loved to come and play around it every day. He climbed to the treetop, ate the apples, took a nap under the shadow…he loved the tree and the tree loved to play with him. Time went by…the little boy had grown up and he no longer played around the tree every day.


One day, the boy came back to the tree and he looked sad. "Come and play with me,” the tree asked the boy. "I am no longer a kid; I do not play around trees anymore” the boy replied.

“I want toys. I need money to buy them.”

“Sorry, but I do not have money… but you can pick all my apples and sell them. So, you will have money.” The boy was so excited. He grabbed all the apples on the tree and left happily. The boy never came back after he picked the apples. The tree was sad.

One day, the boy who now turned into a man returned and the tree was excited “Come and play with me” the tree said.

“I do not have time to play. I have to work for my family. We need a house for shelter. Can you help me?

“Sorry, but I do not have any house. But you can chop off my branches to build your house.” So the man cut all the branches of the tree and left happily. The tree was glad to see him happy but the man never came back since then. The tree was again lonely and sad.

One hot summer day, the man returned and the tree was delighted. "Come and play with me!” the tree said.

“I am getting old. I want to go sailing to relax myself. Can you give me a boat?” said the man.

"Use my trunk to build your boat. You can sail far away and be happy.” So the man cut the tree trunk to make a boat. He went sailing and never showed up for a long time.

Finally, the man returned after many years.

"Sorry, my boy. But I do not have anything for you anymore. No more apples for you …” the tree said.

"No problem, I do not have any teeth to bite" the man replied. "No more trunk for you to climb on. I am too old for that now"

"I really cannot give you anything... the only thing left is my dying roots” the tree said with tears.

"I do not need much now, just a place to rest. I am tired after all these years” the man replied.

"Good! Old tree roots are the best place to lean on and rest. Come, come sit down with me and rest.” The man sat down and the tree was glad and smiled with tears…

This is a story of everyone.
The tree is like our parents

When we were young, we loved to play with our Mum and Dad...

When we grow up, we leave them…only come to them when we need something or when we are in trouble.

No matter what,
parents will always be there and
give everything they could
just to make you happy.

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