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The Boy Who Tried To Save Time

     Once there was a short, ten year old boy named Stuart who lived in a big city.  He never had the time to do all the things he wanted.  And Stuart came up with an idea to give himself more time.  He would finish up his errands in a very short time, and then put the time he had saved into a piggy bank.  And it was quite an effort for him to lift up the minutes and hours he had saved and put the time into the narrow slot of the piggy bank. 

     One day, Stuart decided that he needed more time to read some books.  So he put his hand into the piggy bank, but all the time had disappeared.  Stuart realized that even if he saved time and put it into a piggy bank, it would not wait for him.  And from that moment on, Stuart no longer worried about having enough time.        

                                                                                                           Lenny Goldberg

                                                                                                                (c) 2010

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