• May 17, 2018 6:00 pm
  • 58:23 mins

An episode dedicated to exploring the many ways you can look at life. The Runaway Horse by Odds Bodkin (1:25) Perceived blessings are curses and vice versa and it all begins with a young man's runaway horse. Learn more about Odds Bodkin by visiting: Bartholomew the Liar by Tim Lowry (9:29) Known to be quite the liar Bartholomew overhears some interesting conversation and believes it to be God and the devil dividing up souls and brings it to the attention of his wife. Learn more about Tim Lowry by visiting: Luckless One by Jenni Cargill-Strong (16:28) A man thinks he’s without any luck and so he’s constantly complaining. He goes on a journey to discover why he is without luck but he doesn’t recognize the good fortune he has when he finds it. Learn more about Jenni Cargill-Strong by visiting: Heaven and Hell by Motoko (27:34) A woman asks a wise man if it matters what she does on earth. Learn more about Motoko by visiting: The Town and Country Mouse by Heather Forest (34:45) A classic tale about seeing the world differently and accepting how others choose to live. Learn more about Heather Forest by visiting: Three Heavenly Gifts by Len Cabral (38:45) God offers one man the choice of three heavenly gifts, the choices: a child, money, or patience. The catch is that he may only choose one of the gifts and as he asks advice from friends and family everyone says to pick something different. Learn more about Len Cabral by visiting: Tia Astucia by Milbre Burch and Gay Ducey (44:45) Tia is shrewd and industrious while her daughter is beautiful and lazy, and though the latter's outlook on life leads her to some trouble, Tia Astucia swoops in to save the day. Learn more about Milbre Burch by visiting:

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