Unlike eggs, we do have to choose this day who we will serve.
A great Chef once predestined a three-egg omelette to be set before the King. Early in the morning, before a single egg was cracked, he set out the cookware, the recipe, a dozen eggs, and the fresh spices. He made a solemn promise to the King . . . “No matter what happens, this omelette I make will be brought to you, delicious, wholesome, and on-time!”
When the proper time came, the Chef cracked the first egg into a small bowl. It looked perfect. The yolk was a deep, rich yellow, obviously just bursting with flavor. He quickly scrambled the egg, and then poured it into the larger bowl where he was preparing the omelette.
He then cracked the second egg. It too looked fantastic. He scrambled that egg too, and then added it to the first.
But when he cracked the third egg, his nose wrinkled at the pungent…
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