The main message of this book, permeated with the all-triumphant Power of Love and Compassion, is to tell every child that they were born to save this world.
Fairy Tales for the Saviour comprises 12 different fairy tales, written to help children develop and maintain positive qualities, which will enable them to grow up without feelings of aggression, vindictiveness, or spite against the world. To heal and arm the hearts of unprotected children is possible with only one weapon: Love. The heroes in the tales do not kill with weapons and do not take revenge, “an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth.” On the contrary, they triumph solely by showing the power of love to every being.
The experience of using of these fairy tales in juvenile detention centres, orphanages, schools, and universities in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, France, India, and Japan, proves positive psychological and pedagogical impact of their philosophy on the consciousness of younger generation, especially with those children who are considered “difficult.”
The Kind Boy. A kind Magician shows that even a witch of witches, despite having done so much evil to him and kidnapping his adopted son, has a chance to become a mother to him and a tender grandmother to his son. The main thing is to understand that some people become evil only because of lack of love: they have never been loved and never loved somebody else.
The Poor Shepherd. A poor shepherd, who has believed in his heart, understands that he has to save that wonderful fairyland where all live in harmony, since animals are treated there like the most dear and beloved people. Then even the Sun and the king of birds come together to help him when he is in trouble.
The Red Sun. Having escaped from his grandparents, Roly-Poly continues his journey in the world. Now the Sun and the Earth have become his parents. Roly-Poly becomes the Sun himself, like his parent. So high up has he risen that even the Sun has made way for him by rising still higher to admire from above his son, who has managed to replace his father.
The Wise King. A wise king, while searching for his missing daughter, finds himself in an unusual kingdom whose dwellers are angel-like people. He discovers that a human soul during its lifetime can also safely travel to another world, normally invisible to the eye. But in order to shine in that world one must first love very much on Earth.
The Overseas Prince. Prince Evan decides to see what is behind the borders of his fabulously rich and happy country. Being shocked by what he has seen, like his mother in the past, he goes to that world of unbelief and hatred in order to bring some light there. He helps people to step out towards the world of another country and to experience the unity of both worlds.
The Star Child. A star child escapes from his star parents so that he can play without supervision. No matter what he thinks of to do, everything seems uninteresting to him. But suddenly he meets mysterious planets. Approaching them, he sees how much harm his star fire does to them. He decides to create his own world and becomes the Sun of a new world.
The Flock of Swans. A little son is born to the king and the queen of the flock of swans. Having noticed that he is different from his fellows, he decides to leave his home. Being alone, having left everybody and been left by everybody, the spirit of the swan understands the wisdom of the flock of birds that allows him to occupy the place he deserves.
A Singing Birdie. A girl, called a singing birdie, tries to understand the silence of a boy who has never spoken. The boy brings her a flower but it soon withers. They learn that all other life is sacred. But it also turns out that a tear of compassion is capable of performing miracles: the boy starts talking.
The White Stallion. A prince and a white stallion are like two brothers. The time comes for the stallion to pass away, but he does not want to leave his master alone. Remembering that love is immortal, he exhales all his love directly into the heart of a newborn foal. The prince recognizes his friend, knowing that the soul never dies, and those who love us always remain with us, visibly or invisibly.
The Lame Pirate. A boy, who is hated and abused by everyone, finds himself on a pirate ship and becomes a pirate. One day he saves a beautiful girl, protecting her from the other pirates. He is mortally wounded and a doctor disdainfully refuses to touch him because he is a pirate. But the girl approaches the doctor and, despite everything, asks him to take her blood and transfer it into the pirate.
The Saviour. A boy, who was foreordained to be the saviour of human souls, is born in a country called New. Having very high standards, he is a very lonely person. But he discovers the secret of finding his true love and a formula for eternal happiness. He releases Earth and all people from loneliness.
The Living God. A planet and its people are conquered by the Dragon of Evil. A strongman from another Solar System dares to defeat him. Having wisely solved the problem of his struggle with the thousand-headed dragon, the strongman releases the planet without any battles. People begin to call him not only their king, but God.