Saturday, December 24, 2005

Spare a Thought

Tonight many will attend Mass as just many others more, though not Christians, will join in the Christmas spirit & cheer. All, please spare a thought and do say a prayer for those less fortunate than us.

If you can't read the words in the dialogue-bubble it says "Nice one, Harry, and how are you going to explain this to the kids???"

Many Malaysians and Thais have been affected by the floods and now must endure less fortunate circumstances than us. There are those in Iraq, Afhanistan, Palestine, and many parts of Africa, South America and Asia who suffer from war, pestilence, natural disasters and deprivation. I wish them the greatest gift they want - peace and freedom from thirst, hunger, diseases, oppression and harm.

Those of you who can afford, please drop a dollar or two, or even more generously into the coffers of Red Crescent, Red Cross, Oxfam, Medecins sans Frontieres.

If you can't read the words in the dialogue-bubble it says "Dear Santa, if you leave a new bike under the tree, I will give you the antidote to the poison I put in the milk. Timmy"

To all of you, my dear visitors whether Christians, Muslims, Taoists, Confucianists, wprshippers of Chinese folk religions, Buddhists, Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Baha'is, Shintos, Zoroastrian, Jews, animists, aethists, Sky Kingdom worshippers ;-) Peace & Goodwill from KTemoc

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  1. It's a pity -- the words in the dialogue balloons are too blurred to be legible.

  2. Thanks for letting me know - I have remedied that with explanatory notes beneath the pictures. Enjoy the jokes of X'mas.