Sunday, April 26
Mr. Jimmy exposed me to this little story, he told me he has been pondering all its underlying meanings for days after he read it. Either way its something to check out, A short story from the book "Blue Like Jazz" by Donald Miller... "There once was a rabbit named Don Rabbit. Don Rabbit went to Stumptown Coffee every morning. One Morning at Stumptown, Don Rabbit saw Sexy Carrot. But Sexy Carrot was very fast. And Don Rabbit chased Sexy Carrot all over Oregon. And all over America, all the way to New York City. And Don Rabbit chased Sexy Carrot all the way to the Moon. And Don Rabbit was very, very tired. But with one last burst of strength, Don Rabbit lunged at Sexy Carrot. And Don Rabbit caught Sexy Carrot. And the moral of the story is that if you work hard, stay focused, and never give up, you will eventually get what you want in life. "Unfortunately, shortly after this story was told, Don Rabbit choked on the carrot and died. So the second moral of the story is: "Sometimes the things we want most in life are the things that will kill us.""