Everything you have thought, said, and done makes up the kind of person you are now, and contains the seeds of your future.
A rich jewelry merchant in ancient India wrongly accused his slave, Mahaduta, of stealing from him and had to face the consequences. Befriended by a Buddhist monk, the merchant learned the power of forgiveness. This story teaches a lesson in cause and effect; although written for children, the lesson learned is universal.
Cover: paperback ISBN: 986-7328-40-3 Total of 128 pages
Year published: 2009 Age range: 6-10