The future is promised to no one.
Hmmmmm, I think a lot of problems could be solved just by adhering to #1
Fantastic advice. If it's like most signs people do not obey.
A red light stop may be the only chance to read it all, but it does give pause for thought.My apologies, I messed up the linky (I will blame it on the snow storm we are having!)
I would like to post this sign in front of a few government buildings. But shhh! You didn't hear me say that/ :))
very nice capture. i seem to capture every sign i see nowadays.
That's good advise and a pretty sign!
I grew up passing by a lot of signs like this :) We have so many Rotarians back home, too. I wonder if how many people ever paid attention to the signs?Inside Cambodia
A great sign to read if caught in traffic nearby! Great photo!
These signs can be seen all over the Philippines, and I never fail to sigh when I see one. Does anyone read them? (Luna, you have last week's post linked at Sign, Signs.)
The world would be a much better place if everyone followed those "rules".Nice photo.http://nprimopiano.wordpress.com/2009/10/03/butcher-sign
WoW!! really?? Yes, a original sign I must say, with very true words..!Thanks for sharing! :)
These are good thoughts, for sure.
I guess we all need reminders like this. Good sign.Rosie
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