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The Nutcracker and Other Stories is about a squirrel, Bushy Tail, and his little adventures.
Bushy Tail is a squirrel, who unlike other squirrels does not know how to break open a nut. He prefers climbing trees and claims he simply does not like nuts.
He meets Mr. Beaver, who tells him a story about a turtle that once climbed an oak tree. Bushy Tail decides to climb the tree himself.
A snake, a bunch of ants, and his mother advise him and help him connect to his true self.
Read on to find out if Bushy Tail succeeds in breaking open a nut!
Refreshing, thoughtful, enlightening!
The 109th Bead of Dew is the voice of soul that celebrates the freedom of being alive while allowing the paradox of thoughts and emotions along the way.
Its deeply layered articulations express the underlying mazes of heart those motivate us to seek answers to questions vis-à-vis relationships, society and nature.
These poems inspire you to seek the wisdom in existence by observing the cause of sun, birds, and trees etc. as beings with purpose compared to the effects of modern lifestyle of convenience and competition. That pushes us to become clever but doubtful. It depicts the art of poetry; a reality that adds depth not mere imagination to the seemingly ordinary life.