"Whoever find this stone, let him go straight into the forest at sunrise. In the forest a river will appear; let him swim across the river to the other side. There he will find a she-bear and her cubs. Let him take the cubs from her and run up the mountain with them, without once looking back. On the top of the mountain he will see a house, and in that house he will find happiness."
"I'm not going into the forest after bear cubs and I advise you not to go.
"Let us go together."
"I have heard: ‘He who is afraid of the leaves must not go into the forest.’ and Beneath a stone no water flows.'"
"I do not regret having gone into the forest and up the mountain, I may have nothing now, but I shall always have something to remember, while you have no memories at all."
You see, I was right. Here I lived quietly and well, while you, though you may have been a king, have seen a great deal of trouble,