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The Clouds
by Vasu Ramanujam

Sunday, July 12, 2009
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A comparison between the clouds and Government

Think of the clouds.
 
They are of different shapes.
They are of different sizes.
They are of different shades.
 
They are always changing.
They are always being replaced by other clouds.
They are different in different places.
 
Some of them rain happiness on land.
Some of them pour misery on people.
Some of them are too high to be understood.
 
They hide the Sun, the Source of Life.
They go unnoticed unless they affect you directly.
They collide occasionally to cause disturbances.
 
Now, think of the Laws of Society!
 
Doesn’t that explain the craze
For clear, blue skies?

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Reviewed by Michael Charles Messineo 7/12/2009
Vasu,
This one is awesome!!! I see you had a very inspirational weekend!!
...Michael



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