Great thoughts indeed, thanks for that!
I do indeed do all of those things and it keeps me happy.
I do all of those things and have done since I retired. Happy as a lark.
Thanks Blogoratti, Heron, and Pat. These are things that make us all happy. Presumably they make Kim III here at the launch of his new rocket happy too.
Good advice for all. I believe Kim Jung has already ticked off most of those. Why is he still so mean?
Rachel says he reminds us we are not all the same.
Kim III Update: After successful launch of rocket /est. range 12,000 kms / re-started the plutonium reactor.
Kim Jung is made happy in his own way. He reminds us that we are not all the same.
I can't help it if I see things more clearly than you do.
Kim is enjoying his moment in the sun. Hence the text. There is irony here. The view from the factories and fields may not be so rosy.
Your text is fine - and funny too, because you mirror it with the drawing - which shows that one sentence in the text is missing: "As long as you don't trespass the rights of others". As you wrote: Everybody is valuable.
Thanks. I toyed with the idea of matching the text colour to the cartoon, but finally it is all as it is. My original drawing uses different colors but After I scanned I changed them to gold with a tool in my photo box. As you indicate the golden rule is: ut tibi sic alis.
Gwil, as I said in reply to your comment, it is Malagasy. Knowing that ,I went to Google translate and got something about sharing the land or sharing on earth. I think "ifalaiko" is a proper noun.
Shawn, thanks again for the help. Nothing written on the back. Maybe it's something like "sharing the land which (izay) is here (eto)" possibly. Maybe Ifalaiko is her name and he is showing her his house and land. No children in evidence. Maybe he would like a family, and he is proposing to her?
Yes, Malagassy, and it MAY be that below.__Simplistically, I'd say >No Place Like Home<. Ifalaiko MAY mean happiness; thus >happiness, is this place on Earth<. _m
Yes, thanks Magyar. No place like home. That'll do for me. I took an instant liking to the scene which is on a small piece of canvas in a rickety frame; a piece of straw-like material for hanging string. I imagined it on a wall in a cafe´ or bar. Lovely!
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