Wise tales from Muslim sources
Wise and wonderful tales.
A very short story about really “seeing” and what we could see if we chose to really look.
The Arab version of “G-d helps those who help themselves”
Planning for the future vs living in the moment: a buttery tale of woe!
Hadji’s wife has a problem with her husband’s roving eye… But she’s a clever woman and manages to outwit him!
Avicenna has a plan to rid a city of it’s mouse population, but the king can’t hold his tongue…
Is it better to be sane and live amongst mad people, or to be mad and fit in with the crowd? You decide.
How many Sufis does it take to silence a drum?
What is a wasted life?
Another fun Nasreddin tale.
A tale about sharing a message.
A simple gardener outwits the Caliph.
Should a walnut tree bear pumpkins as fruit?
Sometimes we fail to see what lies before our eyes.
Perspective is everything in this humorous tale…
Sometimes we can only change ourselves.
I was transported back to my childhood! During tonight’s performance of ”One Golden Feature’, I heard stories that I hadn’t heard for years, that I thought I’d forgotten about, as well as stories that I’d never heard before. The whole performance was wonderful – every show just seems to get better and better. Definitely worth coming along.
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