Category: Fables

iMAGIne – Intuition (Spirit)

Today I am writing about the Magi. Magi is the plural form of Magus. So, we know there are more than one who arrived to visit Jesus after he was born, traditionally there were three. This word is also the

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An Egyptian sage once said to Solon:

“You Greeks are still children. All you know is the outcome of your own contemplation and vision; you have no ancient traditions, no wisdom hoary with age, and children you will remain.” Now, it seems to me, if the Greeks

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Aesop vs Disney

“Oh, the world owes me a livin’…” is a song I had always attributed to Goofy, probably because his goofy voice is more memorable. While doing a quick web search, I found it was originally from Silly Symphony – the

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Work is a four-letter ‘curse’ word

Everyone must work for a living, even the Apostle Paul told us if a man won’t work, he won’t eat. (2 Thessalonians 3:10) The Bible tells us that when there were only two humans, the first (original) sin was committed.

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Finished up reading Howl’s Moving Castle

I didn’t realize it was the first of a trilogy… (now I have to read the other two books). I really did like the book. It makes me want to drag out my copy of Miyazaki’s Anime of the same

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The Curse of Oak Island

Daniel McGinnis of Nova Scotia came across a depression in the ground near an oak tree while exploring Oak Island in 1795. They dug in the dirt in hopes of finding treasure but hit a wooden platform. They lifted it

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Story telling is an art and a science

Directly telling someone what they need to know is often fruitless because the mind has safeguards set up to prevent unwanted ideas from entering. These guards are diligent and “Nobody sees the Wizard, no way, no how!” Stories disguise the

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