Cutting Images to Create a Script

Every Pharaoh had a Moses and all evil has also good, have faith
Do not forget how you came into this world (unclothed and bare, hands clenched waiting to grasp everything) and where you will go in the end (clothed, hands open and empty).

The doors of paradise will be opened for you. Your conscience is your kiblah (direction), don’t lose it.

Anyone who saw Moses talking to a burning bush would have called him a mad King.

A Mad King takes revenge on a tree when he is hurt by the surrounding shrubs and bushes called friends and relatives.

He gets angry when the shrub or bush goes against him and hurts him, he loses his mental balance and takes revenge on the trees near by. The tree roots hold each other for support and does not fall easily. Understanding the imbalance of the mad King’s mind, the tree does not let even a branch to fall or hurt him while he orders it be axed and waits to watch it fall. On the contrary the trees together hold firm and the mad King gives up his idea to destroy the tree when he calms down. He is pardoned by the tree for doing it harm, and feels humbled & embarrassed when he can eat from the same tree that he deemed to cut.

HE was crucified for going contrary to the accepted opinion at that time.On the cross he prayed to the Father to forgive them as they did not know what they were doing.

Trees for Humanity, a God gifted virtue


A Shaggy dog story : or yarn is an extremely long-winded anecdote characterized by extensive narration of typically irrelevant incidents and terminated by an anticlimax or a pointless punchline.

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