A story about a merchant who was never grateful of what he had, until one day when he learns a lesson. The moral of this story is to always be patient and be grateful of what you have; that includes your family, your money and your belongings.
Owen was a merchant who lived in a village. He hated where he lived, and he was never grateful of the good things he had.
This place is the worst!
One day he decided to kill the king who ruled the kingdom.
How dare the king not give me any money or good food!
He stomped to the king's castle with rage and ungratefulness.
Give me what belongs to me or die, you filthy king!
How dare you disrespect me! You already have so much money, be grateful! As punishment, you will be locked in a dungeon!
(2) From now on I will be happy with everything I have!
(1) *sobs* Please, I'm sorry for being so ungrateful!