Sensational Saturday - it is sensational to take a new look at an old classic book.
Most people have read Aesop's fables at some point in their lives. Many school children are taught morals and values via Aesop's fables at school. His story The Tortoise and The Hair is something that almost every person has heard of and referred to at least once in life.
An interesting thing happened while reading the stories. What was supposed to be a two or three minute reading of a story turned into a 15 or 20 minute time of talking with my son about his views on life, present and future. It was interesting to get his take on the stories. I was surprised at how quickly he grasped the point of each story and was able to apply then to real life situations. It was interesting that on many occasions he did not see how to apply the lessons to his own behavior when he initially heard the stories. However on quite a few occasions, two or three days later he would see how a story related to him personally, the reason I read the story to him
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I like the Aesop's fables now, not for the moral lessons they provide. Now I like the fables for the opportunity they gave me to talk with my son and to get to know him a little better. So, the question for you this sensational Saturday is what bedtime story do you share with your children?