Adversity | Burden | Humor | Suffering | Trial

It’s like the delightful story about the farmer and his mule. A farmer owned a mule that was very important to him because it was a good plowing animal. The mule got sick one day, and the farmer called in the veterinarian. The Vet looked the mule over, and then gave the farmer some extremely large pills. “Give the mule one of these pills three times a day, and he’ll recover.” the Vet said. The pills were so huge the farmer asked how he was supposed to get them down the mule’s throat, “Easy,” replied the Vet.” “Find a piece of pipe wide enough to fit the pill into. Then, put one end of the pipe into the mule’s mouth, and put the pill into the pipe, and then blow in the other end. Before the mule knows what is happening, he’ll swallow the pill.” It sounded easy enough, but just a few hours later the farmer walked into the veterinarian’s…

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