Say a fable to raise awareness for Batten disease

Batten Disease

Say a fable to raise awareness for Batten disease

 A fable in literature is a story with a moral lesson. It is a folklore that accompanied our childhood, passed down from one generation to the next. Timeless and universal. Linked to our tradition and helping us cope with the world we live in. In our effort to raise awareness for Batten we started sharing those short stories with our friends. We would like to invite you all to say, write, share your own  myths, tales, legends, fables. Post them in our Facebook page Theodore’s Miracle  or our Twitter page Theodore Ntoumas  using #say_a_fable_to_raise_awareness_for_Batten_Disease to connect us with your country’s traditions and bring us back to the olden times to raise awareness for Batten disease.

Professor Alfried Kohlschütter (University of Hamburg) for Theodore

The Great Greek Poet and a close friend of Theodore and his family Kiki Dimoula Raises Awareness for Batten Disease.

Professor Dimitris V. Nanopoulos, Member of the Academy of Athens, Greece, Distinguished Professor of High Energy Physics, Texas A&M University, USA Raises Awareness for Batten Disease.

Christos Chatzipanagiotis, a Great Greek Actor, says the Aesop’s Fable “The North Wind and Helios” to Raise Awareness for Batten Disease.

Thodoris and Ilias Gkotsis, Survivor Greece winner 2018, Raise Awareness for Batten Disease

Greek Actor Nikos Arvanitis says the Aesop’s fable “The old lady and the physician”, to Raise Awareness for Batten Disease.

The Great Teacher of Greek Theatre and Professor of Theatre “Koun”, Vasileios Papavasileiou , says the Aesop’s Fable “The miller, his son and their ass” to Raise Awareness for Batten Disease.

Greek Actor Spyros Papapdopoulos, say the Aesop’s Fable “The old Lion and the Fox” to Raise Awareness for Batten Disease.

Greek National Basketball Team players Giannis Bourousis and Panagiotis Vasilopoulos say the Indian Fable with the two Wolves to Raise Awereness for Batten Disease.

Vasilis, Theodore’s brother, says the fable the fable “The Donkey and the Boar”.

Christina Bouraimi, Theodore’s mother, says a fable to Raise Awareness for Batten Disease.

Kim Tillie, player of Olympiakos Basketball Team,  says the fable “The Lion and the Fox.” 

Greek Actor Gregory Valtinos, says fable “The father with his two daughters.”

Greek Actor, Spyros Poulis, says the fable “The Fat Dog and The Wolf”.

Violetta Galanopoulou, says the fable “Hermes and the sculptor.” 

Giannis Zouganelis, Greek actor and musician, says the fable “A Man which a Dog Bitten him.”

Nikos Pappas, Greek professional basketball player at Panathinaikos BC, says the fable “ The bunch of Rods”.

Greek actress Katia Dandoulaki, a wonderful Advocate for Batten Disease Community Says the Aesops Fable “The Horse and the Donkey”.

Greek actress Vicky Stavropoulou, a Great Advocate for Batten Disease Families says the Aesop’s fable “The Farmer and the Sea”.

Greek novelist, journalist and playwright Giannis Xanthoulis, Says the Aesop’s Fable “The Stomach and the Feet”.

Stamatis Fasoulis, Greek theatre director and actor,  says the fable “The Walkers and the Bear”.

Pemi Zouni, Greek actress, says the fable “The Dog and the Crocodile”.  

Bryan Roberts, American professional basketball player at Olympiacos BC, says the fable “ The Boy and the Nettles”.

Greek actress Nena Menti, a Wonderful Advocate for Batten Disease Families says the Aesop’s fables “The Swallow and the Spider” and “The Mouse in the Cupboard”.

Manos Karatzogiannis, Greek theatre director and actor, says the fable “The Wolf and the Sheep”.

Alina Kotsovoulou, Greek actress, says the fable “The Goat and the Goat-Shepherd”.

George Nanouris, Greek actor and theatre director, says the fable “Council of the Mice”.

Vladimiros Kyriakidis, Greek actor, says the fables “The Frog and the Ox” and “The young Shepherd and the Wolf”.

Charalambos Chrelias, Greek Professor at Attikon University Hospital · Department of Obstetrics – Gynecology, says the fable “The Stingy”.

Christos Chatzipanagiotis, Greek actor, says the fable “The Lion and the Dolphin”.

Greek Actress, Efi Mouriki, says the Aesop’s Fable “Zeus and the Monkey”.

Valeria Kouroupi, Greek actress and musician, says the fable “The Cock and the Pitcher ”.

Greek actress Sofia Filippidou, an Important Advocate for Batten Disease Families says the Aesop’s fable “The Eagle and the Fox”.

Ioannis Doukas Says the Salt Parable of the Sermon on the Mount in order to Raise Awareness for Batten Disease.

Michalis Andrigiannakis Says the Aesop’s Fable “The Hercules and the ox farmer”, to Raise Awareness for Batten Disease.

Rob Roach from Texas says the Aesop’s fable, “The Fox and the Crow”.

Miranda Calfee from Cleveland, Tennessee says the story “High Fly Guy ”.