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Jawahar Lalla

Classics Inspirational Others


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Jawahar Lalla

Classics Inspirational Others


The Last Cup Of Coffee.

The Last Cup Of Coffee.

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One day, death encountered a man and told hi, today's is your last day.

The man replied. Sir but I am not ready. 

Death said, your name is at the top of my to-do list for today.

The Man said, alright then. Before you take me along, let's sit together and 

have one last Cup of coffee together.

Death said, of course, it's fine with me.

The man offered a cup of coffee to death the coffee was laced with some sleeping pills. Death drank the coffee and soon it was fast asleep.

The man took death's to-do list, wiped his name from the top, and placed it at the bottom of the page.

When Death woke up, it said, you've treated me so kindly and with full of love today. I would like to reciprocate you by starting my today's work from the names at the bottom of my list first.

Pl, remember what is written in destiny is bound to happen. sometimes some things are written in our fate. No matter how hard we might try to change them, they never change. What is going to happen will happen. Leave it to God's almighty.

Let me give you one more example.

The crow and the parrot were both created ugly. The parrot protested and was made beautiful. 

However, the crow remained contented with the will of its creator. See the destiny magic. Today the parrot is in a cage and the crow flies free.

Behind each incident is so exquisite God had created a plan for all of us. Therefore.

Never ask "Why? to the Creator. Be contented & enjoy your life journey.



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