african tale

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  • The next day
  • If you free me I will repay you with anything.
  • Thank you!
  • I will free you
  • After this encounter the boy couldn't find anymore food, so he went out for a long hunting mission to be able to feed his mother
  • During his adventure he became very lost. However, he ran into both the ape and the lion during his travels. The ape provided him with fruits and water. The lion gave him food and fire to cook it with.
  • After coming upon a village the boy went to a nearby well to get some water where he stumbled across the snake
  • For your previous kindness I'm giving you this bag filled with gold and silver chains to use freely in that town.
  • The two also spoke about his bag and how he had aquired it
  • Ah the boy who freed me earlier! Come to my home for supper, my wife will cook for you.
  • Sure can do.
  • When the man got an opportunity he went to the soldiers and told them that there was a man who had a bag filled with valuable chains that was given to him by a snake. He said that he was actually a snake who had the power to look like a man.
  • When he opens his bag a great evil will emerge from it!
  • Just as this was happening the snake came from the well and laid by the feet of the man. When the soldiers told the man to get rid of the snake he was unable to do so. This made them now think that the man was the wizard. They untied the boy's hands and tried to apologize.
  • Why would this man invite you to his home and then speak ill of you?
  • This man deserves the worst, he was treated kindly and returned evil for good.
  • Well I ran into a trio of animals all of which cautioned me about the results of doing any kindness for a man.
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