TITLE: The Seeker 11-19-12
By Barbara Wasserman
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Homosapiens of America,I'm seeking those like myself. The color of your skin does not matter. Age, weight, and height do not matter. Nor does your nationality.
My name is Jester. A nickname given to me affectionately by a friend. I don't work for a king. I don't get payment for bringing smiles and laughter into the lives of family members, friends, co-workers, and some time with strangers.
I do silly acts without realizing it. It seems to be part of my being. Do I consider it a plague, no. God knew everything about me before I was born. I figure He wants me to bring laughter and smiles into peoples lives as well as my own. Fortunately I can laugh at my silly antics. I thank God for that. I do think I'm not the only person the Lord put on earth with this trait. Hence my reason for seeking those like me.
Have you ever stepped on your own foot? I did stepping off a step-ladder. Or perhaps you have turned in a pair of eyeglasses at a local store's lost and found department, only to discover later they were your own.
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Dear Mary,I came across this flier at my local library. I think you and I should reply to Jester. Love/B
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