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Table of contents
- 50 African proverbs to get you thinking
- 50 African proverbs that will bring wisdom to your life.
- Examples of Fairy Tales
- Secondary Sources
- Turtle who agrees to carry a scorpion across a river learns a fatal lesson about innate nature.
His only material possession, apart from the land and a small hut, was a horse he had inherited from his father. One day, the horse ran away, leaving the man with no animal with which to work the land.
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- Famous Fairy Tales.
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- BDSMLADS (LthrSMLad Tales).
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His neighbours, who respected him for his honesty and diligence, went to his house to say how much they regretted his loss. He thanked them for their visit, but asked:. And the neighbours went away again, pretending to agree with what he had said.
50 African proverbs to get you thinking
A week later, the horse returned to its stable, but it was not alone; it brought with it a beautiful mare for company. However, the animal bucked wildly and threw the boy off; the boy fell awkwardly and broke his leg. The mayor of the village solemnly presented his condolences to the father, saying how sad they all were about what had occurred.
The man thanked them for their visit and for their kindness, but he asked:. A few months went by, and Japan declared war on China. None of the young men came back alive. The son recovered, and the two horses produced foals that were all sold for a good price.
50 African proverbs that will bring wisdom to your life.
The farmer went to visit his neighbours to console and to help them, since they had always shown him such solidarity. A group of frogs were traveling through the woods, and two of them fell into a deep pit. In doing so, he has created a collection of stories that sound at multiple levels.
By: Martin J Day. Narrated by: Martin J Day.
Examples of Fairy Tales
Length: 27 mins. Publisher's Summary The Frog is a fine swimmer, so good that he attracts the admiration of the local tadpoles, who beg him to teach them how to swim.
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Martin Day is happy to receive invitations to schools, writer's groups, book clubs, etc to tell the story and thinking behind 'The Animal Parables'. I am passionate about both writing and personal development.
Working as a life coach I have gained insight into issues like identity, confidence, forgiveness and I believe in the unique value of each person. These concepts are what I have invested into the stories that comprise 'The Animal Parables'. I am especially keen to encourage the academically challenged. Being dyslexic myself, I firmly believe that dyslexia is not a disability, but a superpower that can be harnessed! If you would like to discuss a visit, please contact me by email or phone. This collection of stories started in when I took 10 weeks out of life for some reflection and reappraisal of life.
During this time I was privileged to sit in on some intensely personal counseling sessions and also met a whole load of other people who were digging much deeper into their problems, emotions, beliefs and relationship or lack of it with God.
I too was moved by what I found when I allowed myself the time to look. As my last task I was asked to write a final paper that would encapsulate what I had learned on the course and also from the months and years that had proceeded it. I chose to clothe my experiences in a parable. I have always thought in simile and metaphor.
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To me it is instinctive to explain one thing with a picture of another. I had previously written some notes on the idea of laws and rules as being like a sheepdog trained to snap, nip and harry a flock of sheep.
Turtle who agrees to carry a scorpion across a river learns a fatal lesson about innate nature.
When I decided on ' the Dog' as my metaphor for my final assignment much more than I anticipated rolled out onto the paper and I found that I could discover many parallels in the experience of this simple creature. I was so taken with the power of parable to teach a thing without preaching, to address an issue that the reader or listener can personalise and relate to their own experience, that I embarked on another.
So eight parables later most of these stories have been told in small groups, presented to larger groups or have been passed to people struggling with particular issues. There are now Powepoint images and even a DVD interpretation to help with the telling. All are available from online shops and extracts are available here. The latest parable, The Frog, is published in full on this site.