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jesus sat down opposite the place where the offerings were put and watched the crowd putting their money into the temple treasury.  many rich people threw in large amounts.  but a poor widow came and put in two very small copper coins, worth only a few cents.
calling his disciples to him, jesus said, “truly i tell you, this poor widow has put more into the treasury than all the others.  they all gave out of their wealth; but she, out of her poverty, put in everything—all she had to live on.”
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
anne frank
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
o! say can you see by the dawn’s early light,
what so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming,
whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight,
o’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming?
and the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
gave proof through the night that our flag was still there;
o! say does that star-spangled banner yet wave,
o’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
time for questions: 
life is just beginning.
the advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty
once upon a time
birth act of 2107
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
growing up, i always loved the uncle remus stories and the aesop fables.  the following story melds elements of both authors.  if you have never read tales from either source, you are missing one of the great treasure troves of morals ever written.  here is my contribution to the genre of fables with a moral. 
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
the following story was inspired by a true story about a mean old man and his single chair.  my friend don johnson told me this story and i have put more details into it.  nevertheless, i must thank don for the basic outline and for the great way he told the story which as i said inspired me to write this tale.  i hope you will enjoy it.
“we were going through some of bill’s possessions and we found this note on his bedside.  we thought he meant to give it to you but never got around to mailing it.”
dear tim,
you are the best friend i ever had. 
thanks,
bill
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
  — laura moriarty
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jesus sat down opposite the place where the offerings were put and watched the crowd putting their money into the temple treasury.  many rich people threw in large amounts.  but a poor widow came and put in two very small copper coins, worth only a few cents.
calling his disciples to him, jesus said, “truly i tell you, this poor widow has put more into the treasury than all the others.  they all gave out of their wealth; but she, out of her poverty, put in everything—all she had to live on.”
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
anne frank
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
o! say can you see by the dawn’s early light,
what so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming,
whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight,
o’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming?
and the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
gave proof through the night that our flag was still there;
o! say does that star-spangled banner yet wave,
o’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
time for questions: 
life is just beginning.
the advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty
once upon a time
birth act of 2107
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
growing up, i always loved the uncle remus stories and the aesop fables.  the following story melds elements of both authors.  if you have never read tales from either source, you are missing one of the great treasure troves of morals ever written.  here is my contribution to the genre of fables with a moral. 
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
the following story was inspired by a true story about a mean old man and his single chair.  my friend don johnson told me this story and i have put more details into it.  nevertheless, i must thank don for the basic outline and for the great way he told the story which as i said inspired me to write this tale.  i hope you will enjoy it.
“we were going through some of bill’s possessions and we found this note on his bedside.  we thought he meant to give it to you but never got around to mailing it.”
dear tim,
you are the best friend i ever had. 
thanks,
bill
time for questions:
life is just beginning.
  — laura moriarty
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the question is very understandable, but no one has found a satisfactory answer to it so far.  yes, why do they make still more gigantic planes, still heavier bombs and, at the same time, prefabricated houses for reconstruction?  why should millions be spent daily on the war and yet there’s not a penny available for medical services, artists, or for poor people?  why do some people have to starve, while there are surpluses rotting in other parts of the world?  oh, why are people so crazy? http://www.azquotes.com/quote/378853?ref=pennies
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aging capriciously divergent thoughts on life, love and death home about my life:  the story of a penny 17 jul 2017 3 comments by johnpersico in uncategorized tags: frugality, happiness, honesty, investment, money, penny, savings, thrifty it wasn’t always this way.  if you are old enough you may well remember.  once upon a time, i was admired and looked up to.  i was put in the mouth of deceased humans to pay charon the boat man for taking them to the afterlife.  people made a big deal out of receiving me.  i was avidly saved and respected.  abraham lincoln walked two miles to return me to a customer who had been overcharged.  children were given penny banks when they were of age to appreciate my value.  many youngsters found that with only five of me, they had enough money to buy a candy bar or go to a movie.  a very popular saying was “a penny saved is a penny earned.” i was the first currency of any type authorized by the newly formed united states of america.  i was born (or minted at they call it) on april 21, 1787, when the congress of the confederation of the united states authorized a design for an official copper penny, later referred to as the fugio cent.  benjamin franklin was my designer and on one side i had thirteen chain links interlocked with the words “we are one” representing the union of the first 13 american states.  on my other side, i had a picture of the sun and the sun dial with the words “mind your business.”  over the years, i have had many different designs printed on me. i was made legal tender by the coinage act of 1864.  i was so popular in my middle years that abraham lincoln’s visage was put on one side of me and on my other side was lincoln’s tomb and the latin words “e pluribus unum” meaning “out of many one.”  honest abe well knew the value of a penny.  for over two hundred years, i have represented the business and entrepreneurial spirit of america.  those were my golden years.  there was no shame in saving a shiny new penny or even an old worn and scratched penny. how the times and fortunes have changed my life!  or perhaps it would be more accurate to say how the fortune 500 has changed my life.  inflation and stock values have continued year after year to erode my value until i am now just a shell of what i once was.  there is even talk of doing away with me as not worth the metal it takes to mint me.  people leave me in little baskets at convenience stores and young children simply drop me or throw me down the street.  i get run over by cars, motorbikes, bicycles and pedestrians.  hardly anybody will bother to pick me up off the sidewalk.  i am looked down upon and despised. those who say that i am not important or who ignore me are part of a new generation that values image over substance.  the word “frugal” is now associated with cheap and the word “thrifty” is associated with the idea of miserliness.  it seems the world of finance is dominated by short-sighted individuals who have forgotten the old values that made this country great.  hard work and prudence were values that resonated among the early pioneers like so many notes in a great symphonic piece. with hard work, you earned a penny.  with prudence, you saved your pennies until they became dollars.  in the old days, no one would ever have thrown me away or ignored me when laying in the street.  too many people have forgotten the value that i represent.  from early times, there have been people who really understood my value.  even before i was an official u.s. coin, the value of a penny was recognized by some.  i regard these people as paragons who really understood the meaning of money.  let me tell you a few of their stories. back in the days of jesus christ, there was a poor widow who gave her last two cents.  the story is told by mark 1:41-44 in the new testament: jesus sat down opposite the place where the offerings were put and watched the crowd putting their money into the temple treasury.  many rich people threw in large amounts.  but a poor widow came and put in two very small copper coins, worth only a few cents. calling his disciples to him, jesus said, “truly i tell you, this poor widow has put more into the treasury than all the others.  they all gave out of their wealth; but she, out of her poverty, put in everything—all she had to live on.” both jesus and the poor widow understood the value of money and that it was not how much money you had but what you did with it that mattered. then, there is the story of little hattie may wiat.  this was a young girl who lived in blue bell pennsylvania around the end of the 19th century.  she loved to go to a nearby church but it was often so crowded that she could not find a seat.  she decided to start saving her money to help build a bigger church.  her parents were very poor and sadly she died about two years after she had started saving her pennies. when they were preparing her body for burial, they found beside her a little purse with fifty-seven cents inside and a note scribbled in her handwriting which read, “this is to help build the little church bigger so more children can go to sunday school.”  this so inspired the minister of the church that he started a fund-raising campaign that turned hattie’s initial pennies into nearly a quarter of a million dollars.  the church was expanded and many more people would eventually be able to come to church. hattie had faith in money.  money requires faith but it is a faith that rests on the good that money can do and not simply how much money one can acquire.  hattie had this kind of faith and it persisted beyond her death. a more recent story is about john the runner.  john goes out jogging four or five times a week regardless of the weather.  some days he feels great running and other days he is just anxious to get his run over with.  nevertheless, no matter how long he has run or how tired he is from his daily run, if john sees me on the street, he will always stop to pick me up. john believes that if he becomes too proud to pick up a penny, where will it end?  when will he become too proud to pick up a nickel or a dime?  john brings me home in his fist and puts me in a large glass jar shaped like a coke bottle.  i am in good company there with quarters, half dollars and even some susan b. anthony dollars.  when john is ready to go on a vacation, he takes me down to the bank and converts me into cash for his trip. john does not relish wealth or the mere accumulation of money.  it is not his greed that compels him to pick me up but his acknowledgement of the symbolism that i represent.  whether it is a hundred-dollar bill or one penny laying on the ground, the meaning is the same.   money should never be taken for granted. there are hundreds of other stories i can tell to show you that many people throughout history have understood the idea that “if you watch your pennies, the dollars will take care of themselves.”  this is still a very valuable lesson that needs to be taught in all finance and business classes.  from what i see, it is a lesson that too many people today have never learned. so, the next time you see a penny on the street, think about my life and what it stands for.  do not think i simply represent 1/100 of a dollar.  i represent far more than that.  i represent the start of a global business.  the start of a financial fortune.  even more importantly, i represent the start of needed surgery for a poor child in a developing country.  the start of a fund to help protect the environment.  the start of a young girl’s education. time for questions: do you stop to pick up a penny?  what does frugality mean to you?  what does thrifty mean to you?  do you think being frugal is a vice or a virtue?  do you save for a rainy day?  do you think credit cards have made the idea of thrifty better or worse?  why? life is just beginning. “the question is very understandable, but no one has found a satisfactory answer to it so far.  yes, why do they make still more gigantic planes, still heavier bombs and, at the same time, prefabricated houses for reconstruction?  why should millions be spent daily on the war and yet there’s not a penny available for medical services, artists, or for poor people?  why do some people have to starve, while there are surpluses rotting in other parts of the world?  oh, why are people so crazy?”  — anne frank share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... samson and delilah:  a modern fable 09 jul 2017 3 comments by johnpersico in uncategorized tags: faith, hubris, narcissism, power, pride, vanity this is the story of samson and delilah.  it is a story of passion, romance, jealousy, intrigue, narcissism and maybe even murder.  our story takes place in brooklyn, new york.  the date is 2017. samson was the strongest most well-built man on the block.  he had muscles chiseled in stone.  his muscles had muscles.  he stood 6 feet 4 inches tall and did not have an ounce of fat on him.   samson worked out seven days a week, twice each day at the philistine gym on gibeon street.  he worked out before he went to work each morning and after work for two hours each evening. samson was easily the most powerful man in the gym.  everybody admired samson, but not quite as much as samson admired himself.  it was said that he could not pass a mirror without flexing his muscles and taking a few moments to pose in various bodybuilding stances. delilah lived in the same neighborhood as samson.  all of her neighbors agreed that she was the most beautiful woman they had ever seen.  she was tall with long blond hair and a perfectly proportioned figure.  men could not help stopping in their tracks to stare when she walked by.  she looked like an angel.  she was so beautiful that many local artists would try to paint her from memory. delilah also went to the same gym as samson.  all the guys in the gym would flex their biceps or triceps an extra amount each time that delilah came near them.  all except samson.  he seldom even noticed delilah.  delilah knew the effect that she had on men but she could care less. the only man that she was interested in was samson.  perhaps it was the old story about wanting something more because you can’t have it.  delilah had only one other person she admired, herself.  much like sampson, she could not pass by a mirror without staring at her reflection and thinking “how beautiful i am.” samson wanted to show the world that he was the strongest man who ever lived.  to achieve this goal, he decided to attend the world weightlifting championship taking place in brooklyn the year of our story.  he could already dead lift 1000 pounds and he was determined he would lift 1200 pounds to shatter the then current world record of 1102.3 pounds. now samson was a tad superstitious.  because he was lifting more each year and had never cut his hair, he believed that his strength grew proportionately along with the length of his hair.  he had let his hair grow for over ten years and his braid was now down almost to his waist.  he was certain that his strength was a result of his long hair. delilah grew more and more desperate in her attempts to get samson to notice her.   finally, she hit on the idea to simply approach samson and remark on his wonderful hair.  so, one day while he was practicing his dead lifts, she sauntered by and casually remarked on how beautiful his hair was.  she proceeded to compliment him on his marvelous muscle definition.  she followed up these compliments with the suggestion that they go back to her place after working out and she would cook him a nice microwave dinner and brush his hair.  this idea delighted samson and after working out, they both went to delilah’s house. as you would guess, human nature being what it was, dinner turned into desert, desert turned into a night cap and a night cap woke up with breakfast.  after that evening, delilah and samson were a twosome.  both loved each other with a passion only matched by their mutual admiration for themselves.  it was a question of whom or which they loved more. well, as you may know, narcissists have a short attention span for anything but themselves.  samson was the first to break the implicit arrangement that seemed to characterize their relationship.  thus, one evening, delilah knocked on samson’s door and much to her surprise another woman in a skimpy negligee answered.  delilah was shocked but more than shocked she was furious.  she swore revenge on samson. weeks went by, samson ignored delilah at the gym and delilah ignored sampson.  however, all this time delilah was plotting her revenge.  she well knew that the big weightlifting event was coming up and she also knew that samson was superstitious about his hair and strength.  this latter fact was the pillar of her idea for revenge. delilah waited until the night before the world weightlifting championship.  at around midnight, she used the key that samson hid near his door to let herself into samson’s apartment.  moving as stealthily as a cat, she entered samson’s bedroom.  samson was a sound sleeper and he had no inclination of what awaited him.  delilah took the surgical scalpel that she had borrowed from a medical admirer and in one quick slash, she lopped off samson’s braid.  samson was totally unaware and did not move a muscle.  delilah slipped back out the way she had come and placed samson’s key back where he hid it. the next morning samson woke and went to the bathroom to get ready for the big event.  imagine his surprise and chagrin when we looked in the mirror and found that most of his hair was gone.  samson was devastated.  he immediately knew that delilah had taken her revenge.  but it was now too late.  there was no way that he could dead lift without his hair.  his thoughts ran to the best way to get even with delilah and whether or not her murder would constitute justifiable homicide. samson decided to go to the championship event anyway.  perhaps, even without his long hair, he would still have a chance.  sadly, he could not even dead lift 800 pounds.  this was the minimum weight needed to qualify for the competitive championship rounds.  the mighty samson was only a shell of his old self.  everyone who knew him wondered what had happened to the once proud and haughty samson.  was this god’s way of punishing the narcissistic among us? history shows that samson never broke another record and his name was gradually erased from the rolls of major body builders and weight lifters at the philistine gym. but, what of delilah?  would you like to know how she got her just rewards?  you see every moral or fable must have a denouement.   the good guy triumphs over the bad guy.  the two lovers marry and live happily ever after.  the struggling athlete scores the final points to win the big game.  the starving painter is eventually recognized for her creative genius.  the hero slays the dragon and wins the fair maid. unfortunately, neither delilah’s neighbors or the historians at the philistine gym have any further records for delilah.  it is like she vanished into thin air immediately after the big weight lifting event.  there are those who suspect that foul play may have played a role in her mysterious departure.  many others say she got fat, lost her looks, married a computer geek and is living in poughkeepsie. time for questions: what was the source of samson’s power?  was it really his hair?  what makes anyone powerful?  what role does belief have in our powers?  can you really accomplish anything without believing in yourself?  what happens when you stop believing in yourself? life is just beginning. “…it occurred to me that maybe samson’s hair wasn’t the source of his strength; maybe it was the symbol of his strength. and maybe when delilah cut off his hair, he didn’t lose his power because he lost his hair; he just woke up the next morning and looked in the mirror, and suddenly for the life of him couldn’t remember who he was.”  — sarah thebarge share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... what does the 4th of july really mean? 04 jul 2017 5 comments by johnpersico in uncategorized happy family standing on the hill and watching the fireworks happy 4th of july! the 1st of july is the 182nd day of the year. as you watch the fireworks tonight, consider that today is now the 185th day of the year. this probably will make little or no difference to your enjoyment of the display you go to see.  each year, the fireworks displays seem to be longer and more spectacular.  the loud explosions, dazzling sparkles and bright flashes of color contrasting with the grey smoke really bring home to me the vision that drove francis scott key to write the “star spangled banner.” o! say can you see by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming, whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, o’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming? and the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air, gave proof through the night that our flag was still there; o! say does that star-spangled banner yet wave, o’er the land of the free and the home of the brave? the american flag, the 4th of july, the declaration of independence and the “bombs” we know are still bursting around our soldiers tonight are more than just images of a unique us brand. they are more than just symbols of our heritage. they are down payments on a legacy that is part of our fundamental american values. our forefathers created a system of government that was based on the belief that all men (and eventually this included women and african americans) were entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. this was the most positive, uplifting and life affirming message the world had ever known. it became the great american experiment. the only other country to ever come close to america in creating an entirely new life affirming belief system for its citizens was greece. sadly, the greek experiment failed to continue but its message has helped to form a foundation for every other experiment in democracy the world over. there are those who argue that the “ascendancy” of the american experiment is over. it is opined that just like rome, france, great britain and many other empires, america is on the downside of its greatness. china, india, japan and brazil are noted as possible successors. perhaps from a military or economic view this will be true. but taken from the perspective of the belief system that under-girds america, there are no countries that are even close. we do not always practice what we preach. moreover, in many areas of life, we seem to have lost our way. our politicians are often guided more by party politics than by what is good for the american people. as you enjoy your barbecue, your picnics and your fireworks today, rest assured, the core of the american experiment, the ideology that has brought and continues to bring millions of immigrants to the shores of america will ring forever through the halls of history. the world will never forget that someday and in some place called america, there were a people who lived, worked, fought and died for the belief that “we”, the people, including the rich, the poor and all minorities have a set of inalienable rights. as long as we practice and believe in this message for all people, we will remain a great nation. we will remain a nation that is great in spirit and great in heart. as long as we care more about others than we do ourselves, our nation will be a spiritual and moral beacon to the oppressed and downtrodden of the world. greatness cannot be measured in economic and monetary measures. measure the greatness of a people by the greatness of their message. by that standard, america is the greatest nation that has ever existed. time for questions:  do you believe in the american vision? do you believe it is for all people, or just for americans? when was the last time you actually read the declaration of independence? do you know the difference between patriotism and jingoism? life is just beginning. “the advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty.” ― james madison share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... the stubborn swedish cow 03 jul 2017 leave a comment by johnpersico in uncategorized been gone the past week, so i am reposting a story from last year. i think you will enjoy it. aging capriciously the following story was written for my “write-now” class which is conducted by dr. carolyn wedin a retired professor emeritus from the university of wisconsin.  dr. wedin gave us a short email message she had received from a friend in sweden about a cow that would not give milk.  the assignment for the class was to use any element or perspective from the email to write a story.  my story loosely embraces some of the key elements from the email but is of course embellished by my own writing fancies and imagination.  since i generally write social and political commentary, this story might seem a bit odd. however, if you reflect on it a while after you read it, i think you will find that there is a message or at least a few morals from this tale that you can take away. once upon a time there was an… view original post 870 more wordsshare this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... the sexiest story ever told – x rated 23 jun 2017 3 comments by johnpersico in uncategorized tags: coitus, conjugal, connubial, eroticism, fornication, intercourse, love, matrimony, petting, romance, sex well, now that i have got your attention, i will tell you a secret.  i lied.  this will probably not be the sexiest story ever told.  it will however, be a slightly sexy story.  the title seemed like a good way to get you to listen to my strange but true tale.  not many people will believe me but i swear it really happened.  it took place, 20 years ago in the year 2255.  connubial sex had been banned nearly 150 years earlier in 2107. i need to back up a bit as you must understand some mitigating factors.  most people of my generation today have no idea about why mutual sex was abolished.  with hind sight, it may seem a little like throwing the baby out with the bath water.  however, around the year 2090, war, terrorism and violence had become so common that everyone agreed something must be done about it.  a group of the leading thinkers in the world formed a committee to see whether aggression could be stopped.  they accepted the fact that most savage and brutal actions were committed by males of the species.  throughout history, men have fought wars over territory, money, power, fame and women.  men were responsible for most murders, robberies, rapes and crimes against women.  the committee noted that the underlying drive behind male aggression was a preponderance of the hormone testosterone.  a theory was proposed that if something could be done to reduce the amount of male testosterone, a corresponding drop in world violence would take place. working on the afore mentioned theory, several scientists soon located the gene for male testosterone.  a simple means of genetically altering the chromosomes producing testosterone was subsequently found.  next, it was decided by a secret government committee that any female pregnant with a baby boy would be given an injection which would effectively neuter the gene that produced male testosterone.  at first, it was tried only in california.  the results were so positive that the practice soon spread to every state in the usa and eventually every country in the world adopted the method. by the year 2100, war, rape, domestic abuse, assaults and road rage had become things of the past.  the “new” male was peaceable, pliant, cooperative and extremely non-aggressive.  the only problem was that the anatomy of a man that was not supposed to be pliant was now perpetually pliant.  it was found that without the aid of testosterone, the male genitalia would remain more flexible than inflexible.  some looked for a cure for this problem, but having destroyed the genes that produce testosterone, there was now none available for any medicinal purposes.  even more detrimental to the reproduction of the species was the fact that most men no longer exhibited any sex drive or interest in procreation. the solution was political rather than biological.  the “birth act of 2107” decreed that any physical conjoining of men and women was illegal and immoral.  the supreme high committee decided that since ancient methods of reproduction were now unreliable, the only way that women could have a baby was by artificial insemination.  first, a prospective mother would need to file a permit for a license.  once having a license approved (the present birth rate was a critical factor in licensing decisions) a woman could then go to a birth clinic where she would be impregnated using a glass syringe.  male sperm was collected by harvesting willing males who were paid a fee for their production.  collected specimens were then sent to a national sperm bank to be cataloged and eventually matched with appropriate recipients. now as you know, life will always produce mutations.  genetic anomalies that defy the common strain of biology.  and so, several years ago, a male baby was born with the genes to develop testosterone.  his parents were not aware of this fact until he reached his pre-teens at which point his unique physical abilities were more than obvious.  unsure what the repercussions would be, his mother advised him not to tell anyone.  his parents assumed that he could quite easily hide his sometimes-awkward condition from his peers and society at large. this strategy worked for many years.  during this time, adam tried to exercise his abilities as discreetly as possible. fortunately, or unfortunately for adam, his unique proficiency soon developed quite a coterie of female followers.  upon hearing rumors of adam’s prowess, many young women wanted to sample his talents for themselves.  there was ample testimony that adam’s skills in impregnating a woman was a much more pleasant way of going about the birth process then a glass syringe. before long, his neighbors noted the large number of nubile women coming and going from adam’s home.  eventually, one of them (no one knows who) contacted the national security agency to report the strange situation of so many women showing up at adam’s house.  the agency sent an investigator who questioned several of the women before they entered adam’s house.  each one simply said that adam was a friend and that they were only visiting him. the situation was reported to the chief of the national security agency.  he suspected that there might be more than just visiting going on.  the chief decided that he needed someone to infiltrate and get the goods on adam first hand.  he chose to seek a woman officer for the mission and was surprised when most of the female employees at the national security agency volunteered.  he pondered whether he should select an agent based on seniority or attractiveness.  seniority was dictated by agency rules, but intuition told him that an informant might have a better chance of being accepted by adam if they were attractive.  he picked his most beautiful officer for the operation.  officer eve was over joyed with the assignment and swore she would do her best. eve was outfitted with a tight-fitting jump suit and dropped off several blocks from adam’s house.  a spy bot was positioned outside adam’s domicile complete with a video camera and communication with agency headquarters.  in about thirty minutes, eve showed up at adam’s door and tapped his door alarm.  adam went to the door and took one look at eve.  he had no hesitation about allowing officer eve access. several hours went by and monitors at the station headquarters began to think that something had gone wrong.  possible interruption of the operation was contemplated but the chief felt that it was too soon to compromise eve’s cover.  it was decided to give eve another thirty minutes and if she did not communicate during this time, they would assault adam’s house.  with less than ten minutes to go, much to everyone’s surprise, eve suddenly walked out of the house looking quite cheerful. “what the heck” thought the chief and all the agency monitors.  “no go ahead call or any interdiction messages from eve.  what had been going on during the five hours that eve had been inside?”  as soon as eve arrived by at station headquarters, they would find out. eve walked in to the headquarters and was barraged with questions: “what happened?”  “are you, alright?”  “what is this guy up to?”  “what did you do with all that time while you were inside?” eve rather nonchalantly answered:  “adam loves to play chess.  we had a great game of chess.  he has invited me back to play again.  i hope the agency will be all right with that?” the chief was very suspicious and decided to send another agent in.  this action was repeated several times but the results were always the same.  female agent after agent came back marveling at the great game of chess that adam played.  many other female agents offered to infiltrate adam’s residence but finally the agency chief reluctantly decided that they were spending too much time with too few results.  the operation was aborted.  the chief went back to his paperwork and the agents found other work to do. approximately, nine months later, all of the security agents that had been used as infiltrators at adams had applied for pregnancy leave. well, that’s the whole story.  everything i have told you is true although i am telling you twenty years after the fact.  you see, i just heard the story yesterday.  my mother eve waited twenty years to inform me that i was born by a very old-ancient birthing technique known as consensual sex and that my uncle adam was really my father. oh!  my name is cain and i have got to go tell my brother abel the story so that he knows the truth as well. time for questions: what if there were humans before the garden of eden?  do you think that sex will ever go out of popularity?  what if everybody was celibate?  have you ever thought of being celibate?  why or why not?  would it be worth it to eliminate sex if we could eliminate violence, wars and murder? life is just beginning. “let’s make out, have sex, cuddle, and have a deep talk. then let’s have sex again, go out to eat, go back home, watch a movie, put on some music and then have sex again.  when we get up in the morning, i will make you breakfast in bed.” share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... the fox and the rabbit 18 jun 2017 2 comments by johnpersico in uncategorized tags: arrogance, assuming, fables, fox, foxes, hubris, humble, morals, pride, rabbit, rabbits growing up, i always loved the uncle remus stories and the aesop fables.  the following story melds elements of both authors.  if you have never read tales from either source, you are missing one of the great treasure troves of morals ever written.  here is my contribution to the genre of fables with a moral.  it was shortly after the race between mr. rabbit and the mr. tortoise.  everyone was still talking about how mr. tortoise had beaten mr. rabbit.  the unthinkable had happened.  how could the slowest moving creature in the forest beat one of the speediest forest creatures?  of course, the entire episode was an example of how pride and hubris could be the downfall of anyone.  mr. rabbit was so certain that he could beat the tortoise that he played the fool and lost the race.  however, mr. rabbit assured everyone that he was too smart to ever let this happen again. the wise old fox was getting long in tooth and short in speed.  years ago, he would have had a chance to catch a rabbit for dinner but those times were mostly history now.  instead, mr. fox knew that he must rely on stealth and not speed.  only by using his wit and cunning could he avoid starvation in old age. now mr. fox had observed the race between the rabbit and the tortoise.  he had observed the strutting and pompousness of mr. rabbit.  he has also heard mr. rabbit assure everyone that such a situation would never happen again.  mr. fox had another idea though and he thought “this might just be the opportunity that i am waiting for.  i think that leopards rarely change their spots and i will test my theory on mr. rabbit.” a few weeks went by and one day mr. rabbit and mr. fox were crossing intersecting trails when mr. fox spied mr. rabbit and decided to put his plan into action.  he yelled to mr. rabbit “can you wait just a minute, i have a challenge for you?”  mr. rabbit, always very competitive and certain that mr. fox was nowhere close enough to grab him answered back “what kind of a challenge mr. fox?” “i want to challenge you to a race just like the one you had with mr. tortoise”, replied mr. fox.  now mr. rabbit knew that mr. fox was very cunning but he also knew that mr. fox had grown old and slow.  he decided to play out the game because he was curious to see what mr. fox was up to.  “what’s in it for me if i beat you” said mr. rabbit, confident that there was no way mr. fox could beat him.  “well, said mr. fox, if you win i will bring you a bushel full of carrots to eat.  if i win, you will bring me a bushel full of wheat.”  mr. fox, did not really care for wheat but he needed to show that he thought he just might win. mr. rabbit, still suspicious of a trick answered “well, i am agreeable to the race but on one condition.  if i win, you must deliver the carrots to me at a place and time that i will specify.”  surely, he thought, there will be no chance for mr. fox to grab me if i have him deliver the carrots to my warren.  mr. fox was agreeable to the terms for truth be told, the situation was working out just as he had hoped it would. mr. rabbit assumed that mr. fox would try to somehow grab him during the race and he was not going to let this happen.  no sleeping or napping during this race.  he would move so fast that he would blow the pants off mr. fox.  the word went out through the forest that mr. rabbit was going to be in another race.  his opponent this time would be mr. fox.  the entire forest was abuzz with anticipation.  all knew that for many years, mr. fox had tried to catch mr. rabbit but with no results.  what was he up to, was the thought on everyone’s mind, the day of the race came.  mr. rabbit and mr. fox took their respective places.  mr. rabbit made sure he was nowhere close to mr. fox at the starting line.  hundreds of forest creatures had arrived to watch the big race.  mr. owl blew the starting whistle and off they went.  over hill, over dale, through the thickest parts of the forest ran mr. fox and mr. rabbit.  however, mr. fox was clearly outmatched.  mr. rabbit was hundreds of yards ahead.  he had such a lead that he could not even see mr. fox.  he thought to himself “mr. fox thinks i am going to take a nap and catch me, but he is too stupid for me, i will keep going until i reach the finish line.”  minutes later, mr. rabbit crossed the finish line and mr. fox was nowhere in sight.  mr. rabbit jumped up and down and shouted things like “stupid old fox, thought he could catch me.”  “mr. fox has gotten senile in his old age if he thinks that he can outsmart me.” mr. fox finally crossed the finish line many minutes later than mr. rabbit.  mr. rabbit had grown tired of waiting and he left a note for mr. fox with mr. owl.  “please give this note to mr. fox from me” he asked, “it has directions for when and where he should bring the carrots that he owes me.”  mr. fox took the note and went home. a week or so passed and mr. fox had collected all the carrots that would fit into a bushel basket.  he also collected a few more that he was going to put into a gunny sack.  he put a note on the bushel basket that he had picked more carrots than required by the bet but he was going to donate them to mr. rabbit anyway.  furthermore, he left the sack to make it easier for mr. rabbit to get his carrots home. mr. rabbit thought “my, my, i guess mr. fox knows who is the better runner now.  that stupid fox will think twice before he challenges me again.”  mr. rabbit grabbed a carrot and promptly ate it.  after eating a few more carrots, he decided it was time to get them back home.  it would not do to be out after dark. mr. rabbit managed to carry the basket home and then came back for the sack.  letting his guard down, mr. rabbit did not notice that mr. fox had snuck back to the site where the sack was and climbed inside it.  mr. rabbit grabbed the sack and tried to throw it over his shoulder but it was too heavy.  “what is in this sack?” thought mr. rabbit.  he opened it to peer inside and before you could say “jack rabbit,” mr. fox had mr. rabbit in his jaws.  sad to say, that was the end of mr. rabbit. now, any good story must have a moral and that goes double for stories with an unhappy ending.  i have tried to find a fitting moral to this tale.  there are perhaps several morals that might fit. beware of greeks bearing gifts. pride goes before a fall. the leopard does not change its spots. always keep your enemies in sight. long-term thinking will always win out over short-term thinking. mr. fox was not sure which of these morals he had followed.  he only knew that rabbit was a mighty tasty morsel when served cold. time for questions: what moral do you find in this story?  why?  what would you have put for an ending? why? life is just beginning. “because philosophy arises from awe, a philosopher is bound in his way to be a lover of myths and poetic fables. poets and philosophers are alike in being big with wonder.” — thomas aquinas share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... the mean old man and the single chair 11 jun 2017 2 comments by johnpersico in uncategorized tags: boy, fiction, friend, friendship, kindnesss, love, loyalty, man, mean old man, story the following story was inspired by a true story about a mean old man and his single chair.  my friend don johnson told me this story and i have put more details into it.  nevertheless, i must thank don for the basic outline and for the great way he told the story which as i said inspired me to write this tale.  i hope you will enjoy it. when i was a young boy my parents, two sisters and i lived in a mobile home or trailer as some would call them.  though, we never trailer-ed it anyplace.  villagers said we lived in a trailer park and kids at school would laugh and joke about us being “trailer trash.”  i got in lots of fights with other kids over these insults. every day, my sisters and i would walk to the pickup site for the school bus.  back in those days, kids could still go to school without a chaperone.  we even went out trick or treating by ourselves and kept any food or candy that we collected.  the one house we did not go to for tricks or treats belonged to a mean old man.  my parents and the older kids in the trailer park warned us to stay away from his house.  they all said that he was very nasty and hated everyone. each day after coming back from school, school let out at about 3:15 pm, the school bus would drop us off and my sisters and a few of my friends would walk home.  we would go by the old man’s house.  he would inevitably be sitting on a makeshift porch in front of his trailer in an old rocking chair.  we would stroll by his home and occasionally wave but he would never wave back.  as we went by, he would fix a relentlessly hostile gaze on us which could put fear in anyone’s heart.  we imagined he was mad at the world and that certainly included us.  inevitably, we picked up our pace and tried to hurry by his place as fast as we could. a few years passed and the mean old man simply seemed to grow meaner.  one day after the bus dropped us off, a few of my friends and i were walking home.  as we were passing the old man’s home, he was sitting in his usual place and just staring at us.  my friends started laughing at and taunting him with various insults.  “hey grandpa, what’s it like being so mean?”  “hey old man, can you help us find our cat?”  i told them to stop it as he had never bothered anyone.  they turned their taunts on me and said “if you like him so much, why don’t you go talk to him.  we dare you to go talk to him.  they cried out at me: “chicken!  chicken!  chicken!” i tried to ignore their jibes, but finally, i had had enough.  “i am not afraid. i will go talk to him.”  i started to walk down the path to where the old man was sitting.  my heart began beating faster and faster.  i wondered what i was going to say.  nothing occurred to me.  the old man was staring at me intently.  i could hear my friends laughing and hooting behind me. as i reached the old man, he looked very angry.  “ok”, he said, “what do you want.”  i said the first thing that came into my mind: “well, i was just wondering why you don’t have another chair so someone can sit and talk with you?”  “none of your business”, he answered, “now why don’t you just run off and go back with your friends.”  i could not think of another thing to say.  as i turned to leave, i said “goodbye, have a nice day.”  the old man mumbled something which i thought might be “same to you” but i could not be sure. saturday and sunday passed quickly and monday we were back in school.  after school adjourned, i decided that i did not want to be go home with my usual friends so i took the “late” bus from school.  i got off at the bus stop and started home.  as i passed the mean old man’s house, he was sitting in his chair.  much to my surprise, he had a single chair sitting right next to him.  somewhat emboldened by this turn of events, i walked up the path to his house and stood in front of him again.  he looked at me and asked me “what do you want.”  i said “well, i notice that you have a single chair free, would you mind if i sat and talked to you for a while.”  “ok” was all he said. i sat down and started to tell him about all the things that i was doing in school.  i told him about my classes, my teachers and my friends.  i talked about my parents, my sisters and my grandparents.  he listened intently to all i said and never interrupted or asked any questions.  realizing that it was getting late and that my parents would be worried, i said that i was going to go home but i would see him again tomorrow.  he simply nodded and said “goodbye.” my trips and visits to the mean old man’s house continued for many days.  the days stretched into weeks.  over time, we started to talk more about his life.  i found out that his name was bill and that he had been married but his wife had died about ten years earlier.  he had not had any children.  bill was a veteran and we talked about his wartime service and experiences.  bill was always more interested in what i was doing and asked me many questions about my school and life.  bill said that he did not have any friends and no surviving relatives. i asked bill if he did not have any friends in our local church but he said that his wife had been the church goer.  he had occasionally gone to church with her, but after she died, his stopped going.  bill confided in me that he had never been a social person and had always found it difficult to make friends.  most of the friends whom he once had were his wife’s friends and after she died, they stopped coming to visit.  he was all alone now. weeks turned into months and it became my habit to routinely stop by bill’s house on my way home from school.  we talked and i told him about my day and he listened and asked questions which made me think a great deal about my choices and decisions in life.  i could share things with bill that i did not share with anyone else. then one day when i was coming home and passing bill’s house, i saw that someone else was sitting in the single chair.  not wanting to interrupt, i waved and walked on by.  the next day we resumed our discussions as usual but the following day, the chair was again occupied.  over time, the single chair was alternately occupied by myself and many other people. i found out that bill had started to go to church again and he had met people from all walks of life.  some were retired and some were not.  the people who met bill found him to be a very interesting person. they would stop by and sit in the single chair next to bill and talk about various and sundry things. high school came and went.  bill and i had many talks but just as often, he had someone else sitting in the chair when i came by.  i went off to college and saw bill much less except when i came home to visit my parents.  bill and i discussed writing to each other but we both agreed that we were not writers.  i finished college and found a job in another city.  my times with bill had dwindled to a mere pittance of what they once had been. a few more years passed by.  my parents notified me that bill had died.  i came home to go to his funeral.  it was well attended and nearly a hundred people were there.  many nice things were said about bill.  everyone talked about what a good listener he was and how he always cared more about what others were doing or thinking.  he was one of the least egocentric people you could have met. about two weeks after the funeral, a letter arrived in my mail.  it was from my home town but i did not recognize the address.  i opened it up and inside were two pieces of stationary.  i opened the one with the typing on it.  it read, “we were going through some of bill’s possessions and we found this note on his bedside.  we thought he meant to give it to you but never got around to mailing it.”  i opened the second piece of stationary.  it was in rough scrawl which i recognized as bill’s handwriting.  bill wrote the following: dear tim, you are the best friend i ever had.  thanks, bill i still keep this note.  it is perhaps the nicest compliment i have ever received.  whenever, i miss bill, i pull this note out to remember him and the many talks we had.  bill in his rocking chair and me in the single chair beside him. time for questions: my writers group said that the “mean old man” was iconic and that every neighborhood had such a character.  can you think of someone in your neighborhood like this “mean old man?”  did anyone ever try to talk to him or find out what bothered him?  what happened to him?  why do you suppose children are often likely to befriend such people? life is just beginning. “my mother says that when mrs. rowley is mean, which is generally the case, it is really because she is just unhappy, and who could blame her with a husband like that . . . she says this is really the only reason people are ever mean–they have something hurting inside of them, a claw of unhappiness scratching at their hearts, and it hurts them so much that sometimes they have to push it right out of their mouths to scratch someone else, just to give themselves a rest, a moment of relief.”  — laura moriarty share this:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailpinterestpocketprinttumblrgoogleredditlike this:like loading... previous older entries photo dr. john persico jr. snowbird 612-310-3803 recent posts my life:  the story of a penny samson and delilah:  a modern fable what does the 4th of july really mean? the stubborn swedish cow the sexiest story ever told – x rated follow blog via email enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 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