Here's a story to ponder!
A bird decides not to fly south one winter, thinking he can tough it out. Soon after the first snowfall arrives, he rethinks his plan and heads south anyway alone. It would seem that he left too late, however, because his wings freeze and he must take refuge in a local barn.
Shivering in a pile of hay thinking about how bad his life is, a cow walks by and takes a dump on him. He isn't happy about this but he soon realizes that the cow doo-doo is warming him up. He is so happy about finally being warm, that he sings a little song. A barn cat hears this song, digs him out of the cowpie, and eats him.
There are three morals to this story:
1. Someone who doo-doo's on you isn't necessarily your enemy.
2. Someone who digs you out of doo-doo isn't necessarily your friend.
3. If you're perfectly happy in a pile of doo-doo,,KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT!