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Marjina executes her daring plan.
Hosh explains how burns can kill or affect health and how to treat them.
Revenge is best served cold, Hosh had heard.
'If only I could teach him a lesson,' he thought.
That night as he slept, his tiny brain schemed and conspired…
A mouse marries a lioness in the Abstemius sequel to Aesop’s Lion and the Mouse fable.
What happens next is interesting.
Insightful story for kids & grown-ups.
We're all cracked pots, but can still be useful.
The parable of the cracked pot teaches Rosh that succeeding despite our imperfections can lead to fulfillment.
Aesop fable ‘The Lion And The Mouse’ shows that mercy can be rewarding.
But should kindness be done only as an investment for future dividends?
Most burdens we carry, like anger, are burdens of the mind.
Story of two Buddhist monks.
The elder carried a helpless girl to safety and left her there, but …
Hosh dreams of the five little monkeys, constantly jumping off the bed and bumping their heads, when Rosh teaches Hosh counting, by singing an old nursery rhyme ...
Retold Arabian Nights Tale: Ali Baba And 40 Thieves 13
What could Marjina do to save Alibaba's household?
Throw boiling water on hidden bandits? Burn barrels?
Revenge isn't best served cold.
It is best not served at all, Hosh realizes. A lot could have gone wrong...
An eye for an eye only makes the whole world blind!
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Discovering thieves hidden in oil barrels frightens Marjina to death.
Could one literally die from fear?