Retold Arabian Nights Tale: Ali Baba And 40 Thieves 04
Qasim gets to the treasure, but can he get it out?
Stressed minds make mistakes. Mistakes can be fatal.
Retold Arabian Nights Tale: Ali Baba And 40 Thieves 25. Alibaba goes to the secret cave when thieves make no more moves.
What he finds, changes his life forever.
Retold Arabian Nights Tale: Ali Baba And 40 Thieves 02.
Alibaba stole from thieves. Is stealing from thieves wrong?
Beliefs are dangerous, yet useful. Why?
"If she picks the black pebble, she would marry me and your debt would be forgiven."
"If she picks the white one, she need not marry me but your debt would still be forgiven.”
Retold Arabian Nights Tale: Ali Baba And 40 Thieves 03.
Qasim's clever wife stumbles upon Alibaba's secret. This strains their relationship.
Trust once lost, is not easily regained.
"You know what?" he said to the barber. "Barbers don't exist."
"How can you say that?" asked the surprised barber. "I am here, and I am a barber. I just worked on you. Have you forgotten so quickly?"
Miss Nuyen started bubbling over with anger, but years of ritualistic practice held her down.
"Namo Amitabh Buddh, Namo Amitabh Buddh..." she continued, trying to hurry through the 10 minutes frantically.
“Come on Pa,” Josh was incredulous. “That story can’t be literally true."
"Crows are stupid. Look at that one. He looks stupid, he acts stupid, he talks stupid. Aesop must have seen a special crow.”
Build character and learn to control your tongue, and your words, like Rishi Durvasa’s, will have the power to move mountains and create history.
Insightful kids story from Hindu mythology showing that words have power. Words can heal, and words can hurt.
The first of the rogues approached him and asked, “Where are you going with that donkey on your back?”
“Does this look like a donkey to you?” retorted the Brahmin mockingly, “I’ve been gifted a goat for my services.”