terça-feira, 13 de maio de 2008

Fragmentos da leitura

" I was appointed to the House of Lords, on my very first day, laden with a heavy brief case and piles of papers in my hand, I made my way to the House of Lords and saw an English colleague of mine at the gate and he said, “Lord Dholakia, you seem to be very heavily laden with papers. May I carry your bag?” I said, “Please do.” There was a broad smile on my face and he said, “You must be very happy being appointed a member of the House of Lords.” I said, “No, there is another reason and the reason is this that for 250 years my forefathers carried your bags; today, we are equal because you are carrying mine.” "
Lord Navnit Dholakia, aqui

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