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The title of this sutra "Sakyamuni's one Hundred Fables" is not entirely accurate. This may be easily explained by saying that the Buddhist doctrines are so. 'Buddhist Fables' stories at rapyzure.tk - The #1 Site For Wisdom Stories & Parables.
Versions of them have travelled to the West and have appeared in the works of writers like Aesop, Herodotus, Chaucer, Boccaccio, and more recently, Bertolt Brecht. Storyteller Rachel Miller brings the tales to life with evocative original music, capturing both the humour and the heart of the tales. If you wish to listen to or purchase some more fables by Rachel, click here.
This collection was adapted by the writer John Snelling , who retold them in a modern idiom. The stories are humorous, eminently down to earth and full of common sense. Click here to read more by John Snelling.
These are the stories that tell about the previous lives of the Buddha, in both human and animal form. The future Buddha may appear in them as a king, an outcast, a god, an elephant — but, in whatever form, he exhibits some virtue that the tale thereby inculcates.
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