The Stories Should Never End

Ever since I was a small child I remember the stories my father used to tell. He would tell me them at bedtime, during the day; during holidays. He was very great at what he did. At one point he even traveled all over the united states telling his amazing stories. but as time changed so has his confidence.

My father was one of the strongest men I have ever known, and to this day he struggles with rampant depression, his confidence has begun to fall away. He has begun to think his stories are not as special as they truly were to me and to those who have heard them.

After much arguing with me and my sister, we finally convinced him to start a story blog for him to post his stories online. The fights were mostly over him not believing his stories should be read, but rather told aloud.

The blog shares many religious stories, many of which have been long forgotten, or simply unknown to the general public.  It shares stories of faith, thoughts, and lessons that could easily fill a book or two. And a few books have bee published.

We came to terms to realize that we lack the money to fund any form of marketing and my father's blog is quickly gathering dust. He has tried to add at least one new story or thought each week, with the hope of strengthening faith and understanding through the many readers and communities. Due to rising expenses and the need to work longer and harder jobs and hours, his stories have become less frequent.

People of all ages enjoy stories more than any other form of entertainment. They laugh, cry, smile, and sigh as they enjoy age-old lessons and tales of communities throughout the world. They can travel through time with but a whisper.

Spiritual storytellers traveled from community to community to strengthen the heart and soul of all people. The stories told of greatness, nobility, and wisdom while at the same time raising the hopes for a better tomorrow.
 
All the stories and thoughts are offered to you, entirely for free. Unfortunately, it is not also free to us! The dollar costs of having a large and popular website hosting, and as the site continues to grow and become more popular, these monetary and time costs also continue to increase.

What was originally, in 2007, a spare time ‘hobby’ costing almost nothing and representing a few hours a week of time commitment evolved into a project demanding a lot of time and expense. The highest cost is the time and production cost – working on this site many hours a week and compiling story videos. 

No income from The Story Tour Blog has been realized, and so, if you feel you’ve received some value or would like to help support the site’s ongoing presence, please reciprocate. Any donation would be much appreciated and will help to keep the site online and growing.

All I am asking is that someone, anyone out there could donate to our cause to preserve not only the blog in which my father has put countless hours of work into but preserve the stories in which he shares. I want nothing more than to see my father's passion and love to ignite once more so he feels the confidence needed to continue to pursue what he loves. It is the faith the stories give that is the true blessing; faith is passed from storyteller to audience.

This spiritual storyteller shares stories that contain wondrous, lofty, and healing messages that each person understands in their own way. the stories shared by this spiritual storyteller will arouse the heart and elevate spirituality so one can see the Holy Sparks in everyday deeds.

The plain, simple meaning of the spiritual storyteller’s stories strongly motivate a person toward faith and hope. All the stories consist of mysteries, wonder, beauty, honor, and spirituality, aside from their secret meanings, they have a great power to uplift everyone and help them on their spiritual journey.

Yosef Tobesman

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Organizer

Rabbi Rachmiel Tobesman 
Organizer
Baltimore, MD

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