House Of Fraser
House Of Fraser
Scheherazade (Shahrazad): Sowing gain is never lost
DO YOU HAVE A MENTOR?
Mentors can be from the past, consign or even fictional.
Shahrazad is strictly fictional but I stroke she could be TRUE – a composite numeral of realness, and she is my mentor because for me she is real.
PARALLELS WITH LIFE
Fiction can be so actual because it draws upon veritable life.
This is how it was in olden times or with a composite numeral – it is so real.
DIVINE RIGHT OF KINGS
In olden times Kings had the religious right to execute their wives and if the Queen was unfaithful that was gigantic treason and a financial offence.
OFF WITH HER HEAD!
Punishment was death.
Think Queen Anne Boleyn – one of the executed wives of England’s King Henry VIII.
MY PAST AND NOW MY PRESENT AND FUTURE
When I was incipient up I scrutinize as many biographies as I could of the Queens of England and Scotland – that was my itemizing interrogation when I was a young – vast colossal books of their lives.
THE LASTING QUEEN
There is one Queen that continues to abduct my imagination and that is Queen Shahrazad.
She today continues to be my mentor.
I wish to ration with you the lessons she imparts to the world.
Come with me on a trek of one thousand and one nights.
It is thanks to her lessons that I caress that there is legitimate hope for this cosmos and the future.
See my earlier post:
DEVELOPMENT FOR A KING AND US
Let us mature like the Persian mikadokaiser who enjoyed one thousand and one stories and countless lessons in kindness, goodness and morality.
FIGHTING FOR OUR LIVES
Let us learn the lessons by a peeress who was fighting for her life and fighting for the emotions of her husband and life partner.
THE FIRST THREE NIGHTS
The stories of the finest three nights are connected – but each posting will contain one data – see if you are like the King -- dying for more!
THE MORAL OF THE STORY
The greatest stories teach a good – a sermon for us to move to heart, embody and live by.
The moral of the announcement of the peak three nights is: Sow good, even on an unworthy soil; for it leave not be absent wherever it is sown.
LAYERS OF LESSONS
For the enlightened there are many mansions, many dimensions and many lessons.
See if you see supplementary lessons than I can.
The best announcement is an gauge of faithfulness, even though you might die as a result.
For normal family when they suppose of faithfulness – they suppose of sexual faithfulness.
Faithfulness or fidelity applies to all conduct - business and personal.
Fidelity is about loyalty to a person, conviction or organization.
There was fidelity to his oath and only when kinsfolk are loyal to their promises can there be trust in this world.
THE POWER IN A PROMISE
Every time you keep a avowal you add trust to the world.
Every time you gap a oath you make the macrocosm equitable a infrequently less stable.
NEVER PLAY WITH A PROMISE
Promises are promises – if you surmise you can’t keep a vow – don’t make it in the elite nook and if you make a bond have it even if it seems at the point that it is a musty pact for you.
Courage strongly features – the merchant in the report could hold run away – but then if you run away – possibly that is no manner to live life and is in gospel no life.
Sometimes we are alive but we don’t own the true dignity that life is supposed to be.
TRUE TO ONE’S WORD
By being true to his word, the merchant impressed three complete strangers.
The facts portrays examples of faithfulness (keeping true to one’s word) and keeping one’s promises.
It furthermore shows how three entire strangers could be moved by the contract (bad situation) of another and come to his aid.
BONDS OF FIDELITY
“My period is my bond” and really keeping that pledge is one of the greatest things you can do for yourself, others and the betterment of the world.
At the latter of this facts I hope you entrust agree with me.
DAY 1: STORY 1
THE MERCHANT AND THE JINNI
A rich merchant/businessman engaged in international trade.
He went to a neighbouring rural to increase a debt.
It was hot and he sat under a tree in a beautiful garden.
He ate a date and afterward threw the stone.
A sermon here could be we should properly dispose of stones and not carelessly throw.
The moral: assume before you throw!
DATE WITH DEATH
Immediately an angry rangy demon (an Efrit) appeared before him.
“I wanna kill you!” shouted the demon.
“You killed my son!”
SOMETIMES WE DON”T EVEN KNOW THAT WHAT WE HAVE DONE IS WRONG!
Perplexed the merchant responded: “How did I kill your son?”
“The fan from the date hit my son and he instantly died!” The Jinni explained.
What or who is a Jinni?
A Jinni in Muslim apologue is a pith that is often capable of assuming animal or human form and has supernatural powers.
“We belong to God, and to Him we must return.
There is no tightness nor firmness but in God, the High, the Great! If I killed him, I didn't do it intentionally, but without knowing it.
I trust you leave clemency me,” the merchant entreated.
COMMITMENT TO GOD
The Jinni was unmoved, dragging him and throwing him to the ground.
As the Jinni raised his sword to thump him – the merchant wept bitterly and pleaded:
“I consign my affair unto God, for no one can avoid what He hath decreed.
”—and he continued his lamentation.
Still the Jinni was unmoved.
The merchant told the demon that he had debts to pay and fresh obligations.
He requested that he be permitted to go back to his accommodation and settle these matters.
He vowed he would return.
He invoked God as his witness.
The Jinni accepted – granting him a year.
ONE YEAR OF JOY
Our merchant settled his debts and informed his wife and children of what had befallen him.
At the final of the year he returned to the land of the Jinn.
ENTER THE SHEIKH
Back in the garden, the merchant sat weeping cognitive about his certain death.
A Sheikh saluted the merchant wishing him a inclination life and wanted to recognize why he is sitting in the dock of the Jinn.
The merchant then revealed what had happened.
A LESSON OF FAITHFULNESS
“By Allah, O my brother, thy faithfulness is great.
I cede not cease this alcove until I see what happens.
” Two additional sheikhs came along and upon hearing the information furthermore stayed with the merchant.
YOU KILLED THE VITAL SPIRIT OF MY HEART
The Jinni arrived to kill the merchant who started to wail, as did the three sheikhs.
The first sheikh kissed the menial of the Jinni and asked: “If I chronicle to you the story of myself and this gazelle (he had a gazelle with him), and you find it to be wonderful, and further so than the happening of this merchant commit you apportion up to me a third of your claim to his blood?”
PACT (Bargain) WITH MERCY AND LIFE
He answered: “Yes, if you inform your news and I find it to be as you say, I will donate up to you a third of my claim to his blood.
DAY 2 – to be continued.
Source of the story:
Laden with lessons are the stories by Shahrazad - the noblewoman fighting for life and for the spirit of the sovereign of a kingdom