I'll think of sumptin 2 put here,

soon as I toke on the Right Spliff.

 

          I am certain that you will really enjoy reading my A SHORTY FAIRYTALE; and you will be able to grasp a connection between my A SHORTY FAIRYTALE and my SPECIAL MISSION, if you will consider that: the “very poor little village” is the world; the “Villagers” are the inhabitants of the world; the “itsy-bitsy teensy fish” are the peoples’ present potentialities and capacities; the “1,000 pound fish” are the peoples’ prospective potentialities and capacities; the “Old Fisherman” is me; and the “Region where the 1,000 pound fish abound” is none other than The Collective Consciousness of Humankind ---aka--- EXODUS2™.

 

 

ONCE UPON A TIME there was a very poor little village by the seaside. The Villagers there made their living by catching fish in their nets; but all they ever caught were real itsy-bitsy, teensy fish, like minnows and sardines. None of the Villagers ever had “more than enough fish to eat; barely did they have enough fish to survive with, from day-to-day.

IT CAME TO PASS that one day an Old Fisherman came into the village, and he was carrying a gigantic, 25 pound fish. All of the Villagers exclaimed: “MY GOODNESS! Will you get a load of the size of that fish! Never, nowhere, has anyone even heard of a fish that big. Why, I bet you that we could make at least a hundred fish sandwiches with that whopper.”

          The Old Fisherman replied: “People! This fish is not for eating. It is only for bait.  For, “out there”, beyond that point where the limits of your imagination and vision falter and fail, there are fish that grow to be even bigger than 1,000 pounds. If you will but trust me, and work with me, to help me build a boat, and braid a line, and make a hook; and give me a dozen brave and fearless Villagers to accompany and assist me; I will lead you all to that marvelous and plentiful Region where the 1,000 pound fish abound. Then there will surely be ‘more than enough’ fish to feed ALL OF YOU – for ever, and ever, and ever.”

          When the Villagers heard that, nearly all of them said: “Yeah! Right! Picture THAT! Let’s take that gigantic fish away from that silly and stupid, crazy old coot; and let’s eat it RIGHT NOW! Then we can ridicule that old fool; and mock him and scorn him; and maybe even beat him up, and throw him out of our village, and kill him.”

          But a few of the Villagers believed in the Old Fisherman, and they prevailed upon the others to trust, and help, the Old Fisherman. They helped him to build a large boat, braid a long, strong line, and forge a very big hook, Then they set out for that Region where those 1,000 pound fish abound.

NOT MANY DAYS LATER the boat returned; and, lo and behold, to EVERYONE’S absolute amazement, the Old Fisherman had, indeed, caught a giant fish that was even bigger than 1,000 pounds.

          All of the Villagers wanted to immediately feast on that colossal fish. But the Old Fisherman said: ”NO! First we must cut four 25 pound strips from the side of this fish, or 10 percent, to be used for more bait, so that we can catch some more of these 1,000 pound fish [TITHING: (Malachi 3:7-12; Luke 6:38)].  And by continuing in that way, you can ensure that you will NEVER exhaust the Infinite supply of these magnificent, stupendous, extraordinary and beautiful fish.”

          By following the Old Fisherman’s instructions and teachings, it was not too long before all of the Villagers had “more than enough” fish to eat for themselves --- with a never-ending, inexhaustible supply of the most delicious and nutritious, succulent fish imaginable. So they traded and sold all of the excess of their new-found abundant bounty, to all of the other villages – near and far; thereby becoming the happiest and wealthiest village in the entire world.

          And they all  LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER.

 

PS.:   Of course the Old Fisherman married the young and very beautiful, vivacious and very intelligent Princess; and everyone was blessed for the rest of their contented days

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The  end

 

 

 

          When He had stopped speaking, he said to Simon, “Launch out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch.” But Simon answered and said to Him, “Master, we have toiled all night and caught nothing; nevertheless, at Your word I will let down the net.” And when they had done this, they caught a great number of fish, and their net was breaking. So they signaled to their partners in the other boat to come and help them. And they came and filled both the boats, so that they began to sink.” (Luke 5:4-7 NKJ)

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