Wisdom Tales from Around the World: Fifty Gems of Story and Wisdom from Such Diverse Traditions as Sufi, Zen, Taoist, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, African, and Native American

Wisdom Tales from Around the World Fifty Gems of Story and Wisdom from Such Diverse Traditions as Sufi Zen Taoist Christian Jewish Buddhist African and Native American Containing simple truths common sense and the promise that people can benefit from past generations experience this book is a collection of metaphorical folk tales and parables selected with a g

  • Title: Wisdom Tales from Around the World: Fifty Gems of Story and Wisdom from Such Diverse Traditions as Sufi, Zen, Taoist, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, African, and Native American
  • Author: Heather Forest
  • ISBN: 9780874834796
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • Containing simple truths, common sense, and the promise that people can benefit from past generations experience, this book is a collection of 50 metaphorical folk tales and parables selected with a global perspective and retold by a professional storyteller Includes traditional stories reflecting the cumulative wisdom of Sufi, Zen, Taoist, Buddhist, Jewish, Christian, AContaining simple truths, common sense, and the promise that people can benefit from past generations experience, this book is a collection of 50 metaphorical folk tales and parables selected with a global perspective and retold by a professional storyteller Includes traditional stories reflecting the cumulative wisdom of Sufi, Zen, Taoist, Buddhist, Jewish, Christian, African, and Native American cultures.Tales from ancient India Jataka tales The talkative turtle The wise master A flock of birds Tales from the Panchatantra The lion makers The blue jackal who showed his true colors The lion and the rabbit The blind men and the elephant Tales from China Taoist parables Blinded by greed The stolen ax based on a tale by Lieh Tzu The best fit based on a tale by Han Fei The powerful fighting cock Whose dream is this The useless tree based on a tale by Chuang Tzu A farmer s horse ran off based on a tale by Lui An Zen stories from Japan A monk with heavy thoughts The wild strawberry Empty cup mind A dispute in sign language Giving the moon Tales from ancient Greece Aesop s fables Antlers Everyone agrees to peace Mice in council Tales of Mount Olympus Baucis and Philemon Echo and Narcissus Tales from the Middle East Sufi stories of Mulla Nasrudin The boatman The smuggler Feeding his clothes Looking for the key Tales from the Jewish tradition Feathers Eastern European, Hasidic This too shall pass Ancient Israel, a King Solomon legend The wooden sword Afghanistan Tales from the Christian tradition The legend of St Genesius Amazing grace the story of John Newton 1725 1807 The prodigal son a parable from the New Testament Tales from Africa Fire, water, truth, and falsehood Northeast Africa, Ethiopia The red and blue coat Central Africa, Congo Tongue meat East Central Africa, Swahili Why wisdom is everywhere West Africa, Ashanti Tales from Asia and Southeast Asia The parts of the house argue Philippines The tiger s whisker Korea Little Lizard s sorrow Vietnam Tales from Europe The three wishes England The wooden bowl Germany The happy man s shirt Italy The dancing lass of Anglesey Scotland Tales from the Americas How war was ended North American Arctic, Central Yup ik Eskimo How the quetzal got its red breast Central America, Maya Old Dog and Coyote Mexico, Otomi Paca and Beetle South America, Brazil Gluscabi and the magic game bag North American eastern woodlands, Abenaki Proverbs from around the world

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