Translated by: St. Mary and St. Mina’s Coptic Orthodox Church, Sydnham NSW Australia.
Edited by: Irene S. Abd-El-Massih
In the first three parts, stories from the Eastern Hemisphere contemporary culture were introduced, as well as stories from the Eastern heritage in general. I preferred to introduce some stories in the following parts to depict the Western Hemisphere heritage as well as Eastern.
As I mention a reference to the story, I make no claim indicating my commitment to its original detail, but indeed I introduce the story with some modification including spiritual commenting and introduction of fictional dialogue.
|83||Story: I’m Afraid of Dogs|
|84||Story: A Treasury of Psalms|
|85||Story: Midnight Visit|
|86||Story: The Alpha and Omega|
|87||Story: The Carpenter’s Daughters|
|88||Story: What Does the Wall Say to its Sister?|
|89||Story: He Doesn’t Insult Me|
|90||Story: Laws are Enacted As Kings Desire|
|91||Story: It Fears its Own Shadow|
|92||Story: The Insanity of a Preacher|
|93||Story: I Wish to Possess What you Possess|
|94||Story: The Richest Man in the Valley Will Die Tomorrow|
|95||Story: We’ve No Need of Him|
|96||Story: Escape for your Life|
|97||Story: Giving up a Tablecloth|
|98||Story: He Said Nothing to Me, He Was Talking to the Butcher|
|99||Story: Fire on the Ships|
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