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A Crop of Smiles



Once upon a time, two brothers left the farm to move to a city to look for work.  Just outside of the city, the first brother met an old man and asked him,  “What are the people like in this city?”   The Old man replied, 'Well, how were they where you come from?"  “They are all grumpy and cross," replied the brother. " That's why I decided to leave."  "You'll find the people here exactly the same," said the old man as he walked on down the road.

A little while later, the old man met the second brother.  He too asked,  “What are the people like in this city?  The Old man replied, “'Well, how were they where you come from? "They were very nice.  They always smiled," replied the brother.  "That's why it was so hard for me to leave." “You'11 find the people here exactly the same," said the old man as he smiled and joined the second brother on his way.  Remember, we reap what we sow.


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