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You can't cross without a large cross

A beautiful girl, fully naked, water dripping from her curly hair, fully drenched from a receding wave on the seashore, reaches towards you, slightly shivering, and with a cute pleading smile:  What will you do my good readers, to this lovely girl?

Answer follows, however, read each picture below, before you see that beauty:

Lord, my cross is too heavy, let me cut it short.

“Why did you let me cut the cross short, Lord?”

That cute girl happens to be your 15 month old child.

Pick up the beach towel, dry her up, and dress her up, to fulfill the writings: “You clothed when I was naked, you fed me when I was hungry, you helped me when I was in need.”

Folks, there are multiple ways to attain moksha. 

Find yours and “Be Happy.” You are all beautiful.

James Fernandes, USA


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