A boring story

There once was a set of twin boys who were about as different as day and night. A psychologist heard about their unusual behavior from a school counselor and asked that they be brought to his business office. The parents brought the boys as requested and had the parents wait in his office until he returned. He walked the boys to two play rooms in the back of his lab. One of the youngsters he placed in a brightly lit room full of toys of all sorts and told him he would return in about a half hour after talking to his parents. He closed the door behind him. He took the second youngster to another room that was almost pitch black, had a foul odor and had a huge pile of horse manure in the middle of the room. He also told this boy he would return in a half hour as well. He closed the door and returned to talk with the twins parents. In about a half hour he returned to look in on the first boy as he promised. When he opened the door, he saw the boy sitting in the middle of the room, the toys all scattered outside of a neat circle around the boy. Amazed, he asked the boy what he was doing. The boy answered that he was bored. So, the psychologist said he would return with his parents shortly after he looked in on his brother. The psychologist then closed the door and went to the second room to look in on this brother. When he opened the door, the psychologist had to duck immediately to keep from getting hit by flying debris. He asked the second boy what was he doing? The boy replied that that big of a pile of horse manure, there had to be a pony in here somewhere. Yes, there is a difference in some people, some have little imagination and fail to see the good around them, while others use their imagination and seek the good in all things. Let all of us be less bored with life and seek the good around us!


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