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Words, words, words......    

By Paul Fox
567 Views | 12 Comments | 8/27/2019 11:17:24 AM

This is probably the shortest blog in the history of blogs.

Video link below, for those who have access to it. 3 minutes 41 seconds

Once, there was a blind girl who hated herself because she was blind.

The only person she did not hate was her loving boyfriend.

He had been there, supporting her, for most of her life

The girl said that if she could see the world, she would marry him...

One day, someone donated a pair of eyes to her...

Now she could see the world....

Including her boyfriend, who asked her...."Now that you can see the world, will you marry me?'

The girl was shocked when she saw that her boyfriend was blind, and she refused to marry him....

Her boyfriend walked away in tears....

Later, he wrote a note.....It said.....

"Take care of my eyes.....I Love You!"

Be thankful for what you have...............

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#2019-08-27 11:33:53 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

The story as you typed it and as first presented in the video was shocking, enlightening and mind opening. It taught a deep and valuable lesson.

The video, from the end of the story onward was, was a vapid, annoying endless session of trite statements that as a whole lead to nothing of value.  From the time the boy wrote "Take care of my eyes...  I love you." the only thing worth watching the video for were the nice pictures in the background.

Having said that, thanks for the story. I was glad for the experience.

#2019-08-27 13:22:19 by melcyan @melcyan

This story has two key messages.


You need to love yourself. If you don’t get your relationship with yourself right, then you will only ever be able to achieve fleeting happiness and that happiness will probably be at the expense of other(s). Lasting happiness will never be yours.


 If you have a loving relationship with yourself and you wish to achieve a lasting loving relationship with another, you need to choose a partner who also has a loving relationship with themselves.

#2019-08-27 19:23:37 by newbeginning @newbeginning

lol, give them an inch they want a foot, give them a dollar they want $1,000. so on and so on.

Women are never satisfied...



#2019-08-28 12:24:47 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


I agree. The video 'ended' for me at the same point as my text. However, well-worth the time to watch.

#2019-08-28 18:13:16 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


You KNOW I am not religious in any way, (in fact I ABHOR religion), but the Bible does contain a few 'diamonds', one of which is 'Love yourself'.

It's a very, very difficult thing to do, but you are 100% correct. Maybe it's why the full cliche is 'LEARN to Love yourself'

#2019-08-28 18:14:10 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


Flippant, yet 100% spot-on. However, that was NOT the overall point I was trying to share.

#2019-08-28 18:15:56 by paulfox1 @paulfox1




Here's another one (from the same channel) that you also might enjoy (2:31)

#2019-08-28 19:29:59 by oldghost @oldghost

@PF The story was fine, good punch-line; being a skeptic and a cynic the rest was cliche and trite (same word as @JA) pap, but that's ok.  It makes me wonder about its source but I think the source is probably mired in moral places I seldom/never willingly visit (rofl) laogui 老鬼

#2019-08-28 19:32:25 by oldghost @oldghost

@nb@nb the story concept and moral is identical if you swap the genders - you should not be making gender specific conclusions unless you are self-stereotyping.

#2019-09-21 04:05:20 by anonymous20716 @anonymous20716

Loving yourself can be selfish and narcistic. This is a common overused cliche. The perfect, unconditional or unselfish love can only be achieved by the One who stands above all cultures for all times. He is known in Mandarin as "Shangdi" or the Emperorers above all Emperorers.

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