Saturday comes, Saturday goes. Weekly off is gone. But should say enjoyed it. First it was breakfast with a great friend, a “Bengal tigress.” The loving family of Suresh hosted a delicious lunch and Sri Lankan friend Ahamat offered Subway sandwich for dinner. What better way to spend the off!
Talking of weekly offs, time flies so fast we wonder where we are heading. We toil six days to enjoy that one day off.
I picked this brilliant quote from Aldaily.com
The preacher, son of David, king in Jerusalem, says: “What does man gain from all his labour in which he labours under the sun? One generation goes; another generation comes, but the earth remains forever. The sun rises, goes does down, and hurries to its place where it rises.”
The moment we are born, the risk of dying is also born. If risk takes birth as a birthright, why should we spend time worrying about the risks involved in life. It’s all part of the package. Let’s play with risk then, though using caution, bestowed upon us in the form of wisdom. Shucks, serious stuff.
Let’s move on to Pakistani colleague Ansar Salim’s joke.
A truck driver was passing a busy road when the signal turned red. All other drivers applied the brakes, but this driver moved on. How? Hehe, he was walking.
Hey, don’t beat me ya. This is Ansar’s joke.