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Unity Brings Happiness - Buddhist Zen Story

Unity Brings Happiness

Once there lived two very close friends – a lion and a tiger. They had been friends since they were cubs and did not...
Town Of The Submerged Temples - Hindu Story By Osho

Town Of The Submerged Temples

I have heard a story. Thousands of years ago, a town with temples of gods got submerged in the sea. The bells of those...
Eyes For Painting : Story Of Vincent Van Gogh - Dutch Story By Osho

Eyes For Painting : Story Of Vincent Van Gogh

His younger brother, hearing that not a single painting had sold, gave some money to a man — a friend of his not known...
Conquering Anger - Buddhist Zen Story

Conquering Anger

Once Bodhisattva, the Enlightened Being, was born into a highly educated family. When he reached his youth, he decided to renounce all worldly pleasures...
Awakening - Buddhist Zen Story By Osho

Awakening

A woman came to Buddha crying, weeping, carrying the dead body of her only son. People had told her that if she goes to...
Sugar And Salt Makes The Taste - Christian Story By Osho

Sugar And Salt Makes The Taste

I have heard an ancient parable — must be very ancient because God used to live on the earth in those days. Slowly slowly,...
Happiness - Buddhist Zen Story By Ani Tenzin Palmo

Happiness

"Once I was staying with my mother in London. At the time she was the housekeeper for a very wealthy Canadian who lived in...

The Story of Being

The Story of Being By Gemma Spurgeon Screaming souls trapped and calling out. This is the Lower Level Dimension. There are many levels of dimension,...
The Bandit and the Pandit – Spiritual Story By Matthew Joyce

The Bandit and the Pandit

There once was a bandit who lived in the foothills of the Himalaya Mountains in India. From the rocky crags and deep forests that cloaked the mountainous slopes he would prey upon hapless travelers, stealing their money or killing them if they resisted. When a rich merchant wandered up the wooded path near his lair, the bandit leapt from behind a boulder brandishing his sword. "Your money or your life," he yelled in his meanest, most intimidating voice...
The Panhandler's Box – Spiritual Story By Matthew Joyce

The Panhandler’s Box

Once there was a panhandler who sat on a street corner begging for spare change from passersby. Every day he sat on the curb with a ripped and tattered cardboard sign on which he had scrawled "Help. Please." He held out his sign to one and all, while at his feet lay a black bowler hat into which they might place a coin or a bill. If people were generous he was sometimes able to beg enough for a hearty meal within a few hours. But if people were stingy...