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Well why i was in church this sunday my grandpa gave us a lesson. it was about making time worth it. And heres the story.

A man walks in the door from work.

His son hugs him, then asks him, dad how much do you make an hour? the father said 20$ an hour.

The little boy asked if he could have 10$

Furious that the little boy asked how much he made just so he could borrow it, he sent him to his room.

Furios he sat down after sending him to his room, then he thought, what if there was something he really needed?

He went up to his sons room and asked if he was still awake. The little boy was.

He sat down by him and gave the little boy the 10$ he asked for.

Then the little boy said thank you dad then pulled out a shoe box from under his pillow.

He took out some crumpled up bills.

The father who had almost lost his temper again said YOU ALREADY HAD MONEY???

The little boy took the money he gave him and his own money then gave it to his dad

The dad asked why he had done this.

The little boy asked "dad can i buy one hour of your time?"

The moral of this story is make time for you families, you will not be with them for ever, so take a vacation once in a while or just take a day off work and spend the day in the park or something



From the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
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| March 22, 2010, 6:53 pm
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Quoting The Brick Wizard (shane ?)
Well why i was in church this sunday my grandpa gave us a lesson. it was about making time worth it. And heres the story.

A man walks in the door from work.

His son hugs him, then asks him, dad how much do you make an hour? the father said 20$ an hour.

The little boy asked if he could have 10$

Furious that the little boy asked how much he made just so he could borrow it, he sent him to his room.

Furios he sat down after sending him to his room, then he thought, what if there was something he really needed?

He went up to his sons room and asked if he was still awake. The little boy was.

He sat down by him and gave the little boy the 10$ he asked for.

Then the little boy said thank you dad then pulled out a shoe box from under his pillow.

He took out some crumpled up bills.

The father who had almost lost his temper again said YOU ALREADY HAD MONEY???

The little boy took the money he gave him and his own money then gave it to his dad

The dad asked why he had done this.

The little boy asked "dad can i buy one hour of your time?"

The moral of this story is make time for you families, you will not be with them for ever, so take a vacation once in a while or just take a day off work and spend the day in the park or something



From the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

CRAZY MORMONS WAH WAH!

who is that band again?

anyway nice story...

but with this modern materialistic world we live in, the moral seems...irrelevant


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| March 23, 2010, 3:09 pm
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Quoting Father Khal
CRAZY MORMONS WAH WAH!

who is that band again?

anyway nice story...

but with this modern materialistic world we live in, the moral seems...irrelevant


Crazy mormons?

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| May 16, 2010, 3:59 pm
Good story. Thanks for sharing.
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| May 20, 2010, 1:01 am
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Quoting Snooperking (shane ?)
Crazy mormons?

got it from a book...

it s crazy horses...sung by mormons
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| May 25, 2010, 4:55 pm
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