“I am so sleepy I wish I had a bed to lie on,” cried Amelie!
Amelie’s mom did not understand why her daughter wanted a bed to go to sleep, ever since she was born only place she knew was the floor and a torn sheet where her mother always laid her, then she noticed a piece of paper with the picture of a bed, where did Amelie find this she wondered?
When she asked her daughter why she talked about lying on a bed, her daughter told her she has a friend, her name is Julie and that Julie gave her the picture of a bed.
Next morning Amelie brought her friend Julie to their little hut, Julie loved it, she thought it was the most beautiful home she saw, “this place is so pretty,” she said.
“It’s not as pretty as your home, said Amelie, you get to sleep on a bed at bedtime!
This morning while reading a novel written by Ayn Rand , I stumbled on these lines:
“A nation must think of its neighbors before it thinks of itself.”
These words suddenly woke me up, I thought how wonderful this thought is, but can this be possible, has there been any evidence that this is the way nations think?
I’m not thinking from a political standpoint but as a human, who is tormented to witness all the atrocities committed by stronger nations against their weaker neighbors. As I happen to belong to one of the weaker nations, I tend to think why is there no justice in this world?
When the universe was created, did the creator ever think what sort of a place it would be? Perhaps not or else some restrictions would be placed on humans: such as stop taking land belonging to weaker nations, I think the consequence has to be mentioned as well.
Your home is on fire,Grab five items (assume all people and animals are safe). What did you grab?
I am always scared when I read the news someone’s house burnt down. God forbid if such a thing really happens, I’m not sure I’d have enough sense to grab something anything, these are unusual circumstances, all I can think of is I’d get out of the house as fast as I can.