Browsing all posts tagged with story listeners project.

Annette Kaiser – Story Listeners Project

January 13th, 2016 | No Comments

As part of story listeners project, we invite people to share their favourite stories. Here Annette beautifully shares how our individual and collective story is being manifested right now, in this very moment.

Surrender – Story Listeners Project

August 9th, 2015 | No Comments

“Everything happens for a reason. Nature always supports”. Surrender is a story centered around the theme of letting go to the eternal flow of life that knows how to guide us even in moments when we are not certain about the course it takes. Storyteller: Shannon O’Bryan

Faith vs Trust – Story Listeners Project

June 14th, 2015 | No Comments

Is it better to be married or live as an ascetic? This thought-provoking Kabir story explores a question that sounds straightforward, but invites reflection on a fundamental choice between commitment to deeper underlying values. Storyteller: Ambarish Misra

The Gift of the Magi – Story Listeners Project

April 26th, 2015 | No Comments

What is the wisest gift to give someone you love the most? This story brings alive the ancient tradition of Christmas gift-giving that dates back to the Magi, the three wise men who followed the stars to bring the wisest gifts to Jesus at his birth. In choosing to offer what is most precious to […]

An Everyday Hero – Story Listeners Project

April 19th, 2015 | No Comments

How often do we stop to notice extraordinary actions taken by everyday people that makes them a hero in our eyes? Here’s a heartwarming story of a seemingly ordinary person whose extraordinary act of humanity touched a complete stranger from another part of the world. Storyteller: Amy Kaufman

May Be – Story Listeners Project

April 12th, 2015 | No Comments

Can we ever say if an event in life is a blessing or a curse? This eternal Taoist story makes us realize that there maybe a blessing in disguise even in the biggest misfortunes of our life, if only we can cultivate the eyes to see it. Storyteller: Frederic Labarthe

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