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A CHILD’S PERSPECTIVE
A little boy was talking to the girl next door: “I wonder what my mother would like for Mother’s Day.” The girl answers: “Well, you could promise to keep your room clean and orderly — you could go to bed as soon as she tells you — you could go to her as soon as she calls you — you could brush your teeth after eating — you could quit fighting with your brothers and sisters, especially at the dinner table.” The boy looked at her and said, “No, I mean something practical.” Charles Krieg, St. Joseph’s Seminary, Princeton, NJ.

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