The mouse trap!


One day, a mouse looked  through a hole in a wall. She saw a farmer and his wife unwrapping a package. What food might it contain?  But to his surprise, it was A MOUSE TRAP!.

Rushing to the back of the farm, the mouse shouted around: “there is a mousetrap in the house, a mousetrap in the house! “. The chicken looked up, scratched herself and said: “Excuse me, Madame Mouse, I realize that this is a big concern for you, but that does not concern me. What do you want me to do? This is a mouse trap, I’m a chicken! “.

The mouse turned to the pig. “Oh, I’m sorry Madame Mouse, the only thing I can do for you is to pray. Rest assured that I have you in my prayers. “

The mouse finally turned to beef. He laughed at the mouse: “Oh la la, Mrs Mouse, but it’s terrible, a mouse trap! I am seriously in danger, isn’t it? Except that I am not a mouse! “. Finally, the mouse decided to face the mouse trap alone and be very careful.

In the night, they heard a noise in the house that sounded like a mouse trap closing on a mouse. The farmer’s wife went to see what was taken. In the dark, she unfortunately did not see the venomous snake’s tail caught in the trap. The snake bit her. She was taken to the hospital.

The woman returned with fever. But as everyone knows in the farm, it is highly advised to give a good chicken soup to someone who has a high fever. So, the farmer took his hatchet and cut the chicken neck. Unfortunately, the disease continued and many people came to keep the sick. The farmer had to kill his pig to feed everyone.

 Finally, the woman died and the farmer had to slaughter his ox to feed the people came to the funeral.

So the next time you hear that someone is struggling with a problem, before you say it does not concern you, remember the mouse trap.

Often, when one of us is threatened, we are all in danger. We are all involved in this journey called life. Let’s pay attention to people around us and make an effort to encourage, support, help and take care of each other

Why???


 Why  So  Much  Suffering . . .

Why must children suffer, for the wrong we do?

Why must children pay the price for the ugly hate we spew?

Why must children have to cope with hunger and with war?

Why must children feel the wrath at Mother Nature’s core?

Why can’t children just be free and learn the way of love?

Why can’t children have no cares and love their God above?

Why should children have to worry about their future’s air?

Why must they endure these things because we were aware?!

Why is the question we must ask to truly make things right.

Why is the question we must answer so we can sleep at night.

Why can’t we now take the stand and help our children win?

THIS is why I take this stand and hope you all join in!

© Krysti Farrell
 
 Source: http://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/why-37#ixzz30PFWfa8q 
 Family Friend Poems

Everything will be fine!


My God is so good

He takes good care of me

Debora & Dara

This God so faithful, do you know he cares about you?

He would love to help you in your difficulties

You must come to Him as you are.

 

God knows so well, what seems heavy,

what hurt you, disturb you every day

He knows your need, your fear of tomorrow

With my God, you know, everything will be fine!

 

He lives forever, He’s the almighty God

He will answer you, just come to Him 

When everything seems dark, sad and desperate

Do you know that up there, you are not forgotten.

 

My God will help you, he will guide your steps

If you want to walk, submit to his law

So do not fear, you can count on Him

He will do everything he promised.

 

With my God, you know, everything will be fine!

A Mouse trap!


One day, a mouse looked through a hole in a wall. She saw a farmer and his wife in the process of unwrapping a package. What food might it contain? But, the mouse was surprised to discover that it was A MOUSE TRAP!.

Fleeing to the back of the farm, the mouse shouted from all sides: “there is a mousetrap in the house, a mousetrap in the house! “. The chicken looked up, scratched himself and said: “Excuse me, Madame Mouse, I realize that this is a big concern for you, but that does not concern me. What do you want me to do? This is a mouse trap, I’m a chicken! “.

So, the mouse turned to the pig. “Oh, I’m sorry Madame Mouse” said the pig, “the only thing I can do for you is to pray. Be assured that I have you in my prayers.”

The mouse finally turned to beef. He laughed at the mouse: “Oh la la, Mrs Mouse, but it’s terrible, a mouse trap! But I am seriously in danger, isn’t it? Except that I am not a mouse! “. Finally, the mouse decided she will face the mouse trap alone and be very careful.

That night, they heard a noise in the house that sounded like a mouse trap closing on a mouse. The farmer’s wife went to see what was taken. In the dark, she unfortunately did not saw the venomous snake whose tail tip had been caught in the trap. The snake bit her. She was taken to the hospital.

The woman returned home with fever. But as everyone knows in the farm, it is highly advised to give a good chicken soup to someone with high fever. So the farmer took his hatchet and cut the chicken neck. Unfortunately, the disease continued and many people came to keep the sick. The farmer had to kill his pig to feed everyone.

Finally, the woman died and the farmer had to slaughter his ox to feed all the people came to the funeral.

So the next time you know someone dealing with any problem, before you say it does not concern you, remember the mouse trap.

Often, when one of us is threatened, we are all in danger. We are all involved in this journey called life. So, let’s take care of our family and the people around us and make an effort to encourage, support and help each other out!