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Grandfather and Grandson

In a small field a boy and his grandfather are digging the soil. They are turning it over, smashing the lumps, preparing it for the years sowing. It’s hard work but necessary for the bountiful harvest they will receive from all their efforts.

The old man is well into his 70’s and is panting a fair bit, with every fork load thats turned sweat drips from his forehead but he doesn’t complain.

His grandson is 17 years old, fit strong and able. He curses with every fork load that’s turned, then standing there he huffs and puffs and complains before sticking the fork in once again cursing as he goes.

After a while, the young grandson notices how much more his grandfather has done than himself.

“How come grandfather you have achieved more than me when your so much older?” He asks

The reply wasn’t what he expected

“The Thinking about it, that’s the HARD bit, doing it, that the EASY bit”

The grandson is taken aback a little so the grandfather continues

“When you spend your time thinking, how hard this is, how much more to go, my back aches, that’s the hard bit. It’s far harder thinking about all these things, getting caught up in a whirlwind of your own thoughts, than it is to actual do the physical work in the first place”

“While you stand after ever fork load and allow your mind to dwell on the negative, I have done another three more fork loads than you have. I only look at what I have done which is always pleasing and positive”

Moral of Story:

As with a lot of things we don’t want to do in our lives, the thinking about it is so much harder than just getting in and doing it. Some of us will procrastinate, some of use distraction, others will just put it off altogether. However the easy bit is always in the doing, our complaining and whining won’t make the problem go away. Do what ever it takes to move forward even if it just one small bit, those one small bits make up a lot in a week. Remember you got this!

Author: Dhamma Tāpasā*

*Dhamma Tāpasā is a trained former Buddhist Monk and the spiritual name given to Andrew Hallas. A Buddhist Life Coach, Mindfulness Trainer, Motivational Speaker and Published Author.

Creator of the highly acclaimed “The Four Trees” a story of learning how we can all live a more fulfilled and content lifestyle.

By using his unique approach of storytelling, mixed with ancient Buddhist Monk Secrets, all combined with 21st century scientifically proven techniques, Dhamma Tāpasā is able to capture your imaginations whilst teaching you valuable Life Skills and True Wisdom.

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Descriptions of our inspirational Short Stories

The Two Arguing Tigers

The Two Arguing Tigers is a simple and sweet Short Moral story of the heaven and hell that exists within our own minds. Carefully written by wandering Monk Dhamma Tāpasā

The Four Trees

This is an original moral tale never before published. Bought to you by Dhamma Tapasa this is a short story on impermanence and living contently.

The Monk and the Grasshopper

A simple sweet Short Moral tale demonstrating how our consciousness can be like that of a little grasshopper.

The Boy Who Was Cursed to Breath Fire

A short moral story, on the consequences of how anger can cause deep emotional scars that may take many years to heal or be covered over.

The Wise Mouse & Silly Tiger

A simple bedtime tale of how to live more contently in life, how to slow down and smell the roses.

How to Catch a Baby Dragon

A longer Moral Story on how humans perceive the world through our 6 senses, known in Buddhism as the six sense doors.

The Horse and The Butterfly

A simple tale of the prisons we create within our own minds. Never before published.

The Fairy Gathering

An original Moral story never before published about stealing and how the polar bears came to be at the North Pole.

The Roman Soldier

An Original Dhamma Tāpasā short story on Karma and it’s consequences. The transformation of a soldier man.

The Monk & The Snake

Never before published Moral story on our Fears. Fear can compel us to do some remarkable things but also has the power to cripple our thinking. Learn to change yours

The Grumpy Smelly Old Man

Moral tale demonstrating that what we think we become. Feeding anger and hatred will only make it stronger. Feeding positivity and kindness instead

The Two Three Headed Eagles

Dhamma Tāpasā, explains with great clarity the workings of our mind and how inner speech can cause all of life’s problems, creating our anger, anxiety, depression and hatred our inner speech can cause us great torment and much suffering.

The Beautiful Red Racing Car

A simple apology of how our minds operate using a racing car and it’s driver as the simile.

The Monk & The Cricket

Never before published story on meditation and how the little cricket learns about his mind.

The Four Monks

A short story on the principles of the monkey mind, a Buddhist term used for the untrained mind and it’s wanderings.

The One Bad Apple

A beautiful simple and sweet Moral Story, of how it can be that we focus too hard on the negative in life and forget about all the wonderful positives we already have. A compelling Original Story by Dhamma Tāpasā

The Two Zebra’s

A Short inspirational tale of The Two Zebra’s who have changed their lifestyle from the normal herd and seek spiritual enlightenment. This story we learn how to let go!

I Hate My Boss & The Poison

All-Original Buddhist Moral Story. “I Hate My Boss & The Poison” a story of revenge and peculiarity. This story will engage with your imagination and impart wisdom.