With heartfelt gratitude to Anahita Juliana Rueda and the technical magic of her sound studio Miut in Barcelona, we today start an irregular offering of Sufi tales. Telling stories is a universal human activity, often wrapping together some threads of wisdom together with the entertainment. Sometimes the vital kernel of the story remains elusive for years, lying like a seed in the soil of the mind and sprouting at last when the circumstances are right. The story today appears more obvious–but it might be worthy of a second or even a third look. Do we always give sufficient attention to the power of our words?