In the beginning, there was a man who had lived several past lives but, of course, he couldn’t remember any of them. His name was Janus and he was a silversmith, making jewellery for very wealthy patrons. He was very good at his craft and people came from far and wide just to have a piece… Continue reading A Life Well Lived.
Once upon a time there was a very vain rook. He spent most of his days gazing at his reflection from a branch high on a tree that grew on the side of an enormous river. The river was so large that he couldn’t actually see where it began or where it ended. His branch… Continue reading The Vain Rook.
By Ann Murphy One day a young Egyptian boy named Tepi was sitting beside the Nile, eating his falafel and salad sandwiches. His father had bought them for him to take to school, but instead of going to school, Tepi decided to go and eat his lunch on the riverbank, for breakfast. He loved to… Continue reading Tepi and the Crocodile.