Love And Disorder

A man offered to pay a sum of money to his twelve year old daughter if she mowed the lawn. The girl went at the task with great zest and by evening the whole lawn had been beautifully mowed. Well, everything except a large uncut patch of grass in one corner.

When the man said he couldn’t pay the sum agreed upon because the whole lawn hadn’t been mowed, the girl said she was ready to forego the money, but would not cut the grass on the patch.

Curious to find out why, he checked the uncut patch. There, right in the centre of the patch, sat a large toad. The girl had been too tender-hearted to run over it with the lawn-mower.

Where there is love, there is some element of disorder.
Perfect order would make the world a grave yard.

Prefer love and care, to disorder. Take time to spend time with your loved ones even if there is dust lying on the shelf and the beds are not made. Prefer people, to things!