Daily Joke: God's Visit

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There was a priest named Fr. O'Malley, who lived in New York City. One cold, snowy day, Fr. O'Malley was in his office, sitting by the window. As he was working, he would occasionally look out of his window, seeking inspiration in the beauty of the falling snow. At one point, he put down his pen, rubbed his eyes, and again looked out his window. And there, looking right back at him was God! Well, needless to say, poor Fr. O'Malley was beside himself! So, he quickly picked up his telephone, and dialed the Vatican; much to his surprise, he got through, and he was speaking to the Holy Father. "Holy Father", said he, I was just looking out of my window, and God is here looking in at me. What should I do?" After a moment's pause, the reply came through loud and clear..."Look Busy!"

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