Welcome to the STORYBOARD!
A collection of some old and new stories.
So far as it goes, a small thing may give analogy of great things, and show the tracks of knowledge.
LITTLE KRISHNAS MOUTH
Little Krishna, while playing, put some dirt into his mouth. Krishna didn’t listen to his brother Balram and the other older boys
who told Him to stop eating the dirt. So they went and complained to Yashoda, Krishna’s mother, that Krishna had swallowed handfuls of mud.
Yashoda caught Krishna by the hand and brought him inside, and scolded. She said that it is bad to put soil into the mouth, and it will harm the health.
But he only looked at her with his big black eyes and said, “No, mother I have not eaten mud at all. You may examine my mouth, if you think I am lying.”
“OK. Open your mouth and show me,” Yashoda asked Krishna. Krishna opened his mouth wide and Yashoda was surprised to see the entire Universe
-the sun, the moon, stars, the earth, all living and not living things, her garden, her house, even her self and her son Krishna inside Krishna’s mouth…
Astrology is a science in itself and contains an illuminating body of knowledge. It taught me many things, and I am greatly indebted to it.
Geophysical evidence reveals the power of the stars and the planets in relation to the terrestrial.
In turn, astrology reinforces this power to some extent. This is why astrology is like a life – giving elixir for mankind.
I loved you, so I drew these tides of men into my hands and wrote my will across the sky in stars.
T.E. Lawrence of Arabia
Choose always the way that feels right; however rough it might be. Practice will make it easy and pleasant.
attributed to Pythagoras
When you have been compelled by circumstances to be disturbed in any manner, quickly return to yourself,
and do not continue out of tune longer than the compulsion lasts. You will have increasing control over
your own harmony by continually returning to it.
© Nicola Swietkowiak. All copyright remains with the Artist.