“I need answers right now, to all problems of my life”, said the student. “Very well, even if you get those answers right in your face, you wouldn’t notice them, unless you have the questions ready”, replied the Sensei.
In the eastern wild forest of Africa lived a pack of monkeys. They lived and moved together with the forest offering a bounty of fresh wild fruit, flowers and leaves for them to feed on. As they fluidly moved on the tree tops of the dense forest, they gave the appearance of an invisible wave gushing through the green.
“Ashi, stop running around the house like that! I wonder from where this little girl gets so much energy all through the day…now hold on there…”, said Rhea as she poised herself to catch the incoming missile, the 5-year-old girl that they called Ashi. Ashi took a sharp turn and dodged Rhea
Besty was a busy dog. He was hardly found sitting still in the farm-house at the foot of the alps. Besty’s day started with taking the sheep to the mountains along with Joe, the shepherd boy and returning home by noon. Then he patrolled the surroundings, always sniffing around and looking for signs of trouble.
Once upon a time, there was a kingdom by name Vachanasthira (steady word). Every citizen belonging to this kingdom was known to have a gift – they were honest in their word – giving the kingdom its name. Everybody told what they did or could do and lived hard to make it happen