Timeless Tales for Kids and Teens
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One of my favorite things is to see the delight and surprise on a child’s face when they hear a really good story. And, some of the best stories have been around for generations. Many of these stories come from the ancient texts in Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Native American traditions. Parents have shared these stories with their children for generations and they reveal “The Golden Thread of Truth.” We are more alike than different. Love thy neighbor. You Reap what you Sow. We are stewards of the earth and each other. Treat others as you would like to be treated. There is a larger power at play in the Universe. Parents around the world, no matter what religious belief, culture or lifestyle their household embraces, teach these values to their children through the timeless tales.
This book is a collection of some favorite stories and is designed to be shared with your children at home. The stories contained within are all from material that is centuries old but share a wonderful message about life. Use these stories with your children to enhance their knowledge and respect for other.
As we expand out awareness of how others believe, we learn compassion for ourselves and others.
Buddhism/Zen: The Heavy Load, The Story of the Butterfly, The Story of Three Men Walking, The Farmer's Luck, Lun Eats His Own Fruit, How to become the Greatest Person in the World
Muslim: The Giant Ship Engine that Failed, The Emperor and the Seed, The worlds reflect one's inner self, Did you thank Allah for your Eyesight?, Better to Give
Native American: How the Fly Saved the River, The Mother and The Squirrel
Christian: The Parable of the Good Samaritan; People in Glass Houses Shouldn't Throw Stones
Jewish: The Judgment of Solomon, Jonah and the Whale