There was once an aspiring veterinarian who put himself through veterinary school working nights as a taxidermist.
Upon graduation, he decided he could combine his two vocations to better serve the needs of his patients and their owners, while doubling his practice.
He opened his own offices with a shingle on the door saying, “Dr. Jones, Veterinary Medicine and Taxidermy – Either way, you get your dog back!”
What is the difference between a coyote and a flea?
One howls on the prairie and the other prowls on the hairy.
Thought for the day
“In response to all he has done for us, let us outdo each other in being helpful and kind to each other and in doing good” Hebrews 10:24 TLB
There’s a price tag for being a people-builder: It requires unselfishness.
Why should we do it then? Because the Bible tells us to “Outdo each other in being helpful and kind to each other and in doing good” (Hebrews 10:24 TLB).
At some point, the Romans confuse the word cristos with the word crestos. Cristos means Christ; Crestos, in Latin, means kindness. In a roundabout way, that confusion can teach us something: Christians should be the kindest of all people.