A young man was getting ready to graduate college. For many months he had admired a beautiful sports car in a dealer’s showroom, and knowing his father could well afford it, he told him that was all he wanted.
There was once a person who was so obsessed with finding the truth that he dedicated his life to finding it. After years of traveling to distant places and years of searching, he was told that there was a well in a mysterious cave from which he could find the truth.
An aging Guru grew tired of his disciple complaining all the time, and so, one morning, he sent him to fetch some salt. When the apprentice returned, the master instructed the unhappy young man to put a handful of salt in a glass of water and then to drink it.
A man went to a barber shop to have his hair and his beard cut as always. He started to have a good conversation with the barber who attended him. They talked about so many things and various subjects. Suddenly, they touched the subject of God. The barber said: "Look man, I don't believe that God exists as you say."
There once lived a saint so good that the angels came from heaven to see how a man could be so godly. This saint went about his daily life diffusing virtue as the stars diffuse light and the flowers scent, without being aware of it.
Hui Neng, a Chinese master, was working under his master. When Hui Neng went to his master, the master said, “For what have you come here? There is no need to come to me.” He couldn’t understand. Hui Neng thought that he was not yet ready to be accepted, but the master was seeing something else. He was seeing his growing aura.
This is a story about a Sufi mystic, Farid. One night he dreams that by the grace of Allah, he has reached Paradise. And the whole of Paradise is decorated, millions of lights.and flowers everywhere — some celebration is going on — and great music. He enquires, “What is going on?”
Once there lived a noble Guru known for his wisdom and compassion. One of his disciple started complaining that his Guru did not teach him anything valuable despite spending 20 years at his service. Hearing his complaint, the Guru handed him the responsibility of bringing lunch for Gurukul(school) everyday from neighborhood.
The story is about three monks. No name is mentioned, because they never told their names to anybody, they never answered anything. So in China they are only known simply as “the three laughing monks.” They did only one thing: they would enter a village, stand in the marketplace, and start laughing. Suddenly people would become aware and they would laugh with their whole being. Then others would also get the infection,