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Tsuru’s Gratitude – The Crane’s Gratitude

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The Crane's Gratitude - Tsuru’s gratitude A Japanese Classic Tale Once upon a time, an old and poor woodcutter finds a small and fragile crane caught in a trap. It was winter, and feeling sorry for the poor little bird, takes the initiative and frees it. He sees the fragile creature fly away through the sky in a hurry. Soon ... Read More »

Justice Served


Traditional Tales - Justice Served “I should like to be able to love my country and still love justice.” ~ Albert Camus quotes According to an old legend from the middle Ages, there once lived a very just and very virtuous man. One day, out of nothing, he was wrongly accused of murdering a woman. As a righteous man, he ... Read More »

Traditional Tales – The Wings of Humans


Traditional Tales – The Wings of Humans “We are each of us angels with only one wing, and we can only fly by embracing one another.” ~Luciano De Crescenzo Tradition says that one day a powerful archangel came before the presence of the Creator and respectfully talked to him.  Oh G-D of my heart, Venerable Grand Master, IOD-HE-VAU-HE, Three times ... Read More »

The Art of Being Centered


Traditional Tales: The Art of Being Centered “If instead of a gem, or even a flower, we should cast the gift of a loving thought into the heart of a friend, which would be giving as the angels give.” ~George MacDonald Once upon a time there was a wise man that had many disciples. One day one of his disciples ... Read More »

The Hidden Meaning of Fairy Tales

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This article is restricted to Members of the University. The Symbolism of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs “If you ask a butterfly exactly how it happened that he turned from an ugly, old caterpillar into one of the most beautiful creatures we know, he wouldn't be able to tell you either. Except he always wanted it that way! Your ... Read More »

Traditional Tales: The Garden of the Heart

Garden of the Heart

 Traditional Tales: The Garden of the Heart Walking within the garden of his heart, the pupil suddenly came upon the Master, and was glad, for he had but just finished a task in His service which he hastened to lay at His feet. "See, Master," said he, "this is done; now give me other teaching to do." The Master looked ... Read More »

Traditional Tales: The Search for Peace


Traditional Tales: The Search for Peace Once upon a time there was a King who offered a prize to the artist who was able to capture in a painting the concept of Profound Peace. Many artists presented their screens and artwork. The King watched and admired all the paintings, but there were only two he really liked and he had ... Read More »

Zen Tales – A Master in Prison


A Zen master had been put into jail several times. Now, it is one thing to forgive a thief, it is one thing not to think that he is bad, it is another thing to go to jail oneself. And not once, many times – for stealing small things from his neighbors. And the neighbors knew and they were puzzled: ... Read More »

The Legend of Kuan Yin

Kuan Yin

Many stories and myths have been passed down through time about this compassionate Bodhisattva. In Japan, this celestial being is known as Kannon, in China her name is Kuan Yin, or Guanyin, and has the status of the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion and the feminine Savior of the East. Quan Yin is a shortened form of a name that ... Read More »

Mystic Poetry of Saint Francis of Assisi


God Would Kneel Down I think God might be a little prejudiced. For once He asked me to join Him on a walk through this world, and we gazed into every heart on this earth, and I noticed He lingered a bit longer before any face that was weeping, and before any eyes that were laughing. And sometimes when we ... Read More »