If you know what I mean

June 13, 2008

“Do you anything about that streetperson who’s coming down the street now?”

“Oh yea, him. You know, he’s actually a pretty nice guy. But there’s sure something broken upstairs and I think he might be getting worse.

“You ever heard the old saying about being sorry that you’ve got no shoes — and then you run into a guy who’s got no feet? Well, he’s one of those guys with no feet, if you know what I mean.”

P.S.: FYI, Tony’s saying comes from Sa’di, a Persian scholar who lived 800 years ago — see more near the bottom: classics.mit.edu/Sadi/gulistan.html. ps

2 Responses to “If you know what I mean”

  1. debbielynn Says:

    I kind of live by that…that no matter how tough things are, someone’s always got it a little rougher and that we should be thankful for what we DO have vs focusing on what we don’t. A glass half full thing.

  2. […] TONY “Remember that guy, the one who was missing his marbles, you know, the guy we talked about on the blog a few m…?” […]

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