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How I Found a Real Treasure – Jewish Story By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

How I Found a Real Treasure

Have you ever found a treasure?, I once asked my father. He smiled a big smile and told me this story. That was many years ago and I have never forgotten it....
Like Dogs and Cats – Spiritual Story By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

Like Dogs and Cats

I love dogs and cats. During my lifetime I have had many dogs and cats as pets. Yet there are two things I never understood about dogs and cats. First, why do dogs greet people warmly with joyful jumping and tail wagging, while cats greet people like they are doing you a favor; coolly with regal restraint? Second, why are dogs and cats usually not good friends? Why do they fight like dogs and cats?
How I Found a Real Treasure – Spiritual Story By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

How I Found a Real Treasure

Have you ever found a treasure?, I once asked my father. He smiled a big smile and told me this story. That was many years ago and I have never forgotten it. Once when I was about ten years old my father told me, I went treasure hunting with my older sister...
Adam Needs Eve – Jewish Story By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

Adam Needs Eve

Adam was all alone. He didn't have parents and he didn't have children. He did not even have a brother or a sister to talk to. Adam was all alone. He didn't even have a friend to play games with. Adam was lonely, and he was unhappy. God said to Adam, "It is not good for you to be alone....
A Synagogue with Five Schools – Jewish Story By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

A Synagogue with Five Schools

Today there are 12 synagogues for the 13,000 Jews living in the city of Rome, but about 450 years ago there were only five synagogues for a much smaller Jewish population. Still, the Pope who ruled the city of Rome in those days thought there were to many synagogues in Rome. In the year 1,555 the Pope ordered all the Jews in the city to live in just one area...
A Fast Fit for a King – Spiritual Story By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

A Fast Fit for a King

Once upon a time a king went out to hunt on a very warm day in the Fall of 2007*. After a few hours he felt very hot and tired, so he decided to stop for lunch. His servants unpacked a large picnic basket they had brought with them and set up a table. Now the king didn't want to eat together with his servants, nor did he want to eat alone. The king told one of his servants to find someone to come and eat lunch with the king. The servant walked to a nearby road, saw two 13-year-old boys...
A Pair of Pears – Spiritual Story By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

A Pair of Pears

There was a king who had a daughter who was very ill. The doctors couldn't find anything wrong with her. She just seemed miserable and cried often. One night the princess dreamed that if she ate a pair of very special pears she would get well. In order to learn what would make the pears so special, she would have to meet with each person who brought pears to her. Her mother the queen, decreed that...
Good Romans and Bad Romans – Jewish Story By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

Good Romans and Bad Romans

Rabbi Judah was a great sage, a wealthy man, and the leader of the Jewish People in the Land of Israel. He was admired and respected by everyone. But when Rabbi Judah was a little baby he had come very close to being killed. This is how it happened. Rabbi Judah was born not long after Rabbi Akiba was put to death for teaching the...
Lessons from a Mongoose – Spiritual Story By Radhanath Swami

Lessons from a Mongoose

In Kandahar, the people greeted me warmly. One man in particular, Hariz, took a special interest in me. Tall and well groomed, he was an educated man who had acquired wealth and respect in the trading business. After guiding me on a tour of Kandahar, he invited me into his spacious house. One night...
Journey Home Book Prologue – Spiritual Story By Radhanath Swami

Journey Home Book Prologue

As I crawled out from the icy Himalayan water of the Bagmati River, I gazed at two heaps of ashes, one from a cremation pit and the other from a sacrificial fire. I was dressed in only a loincloth, and a cold wind chilled me to the bone. An intense longing gripped me. What was I doing here -- shivering, alone, nearly starving, and so far from home? Was all my searching to be in vain?