The Story of Wu Kang

The Story of Wu Kang

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  • The Story of Wu Kang 5-14-18 Diego Gilson
  • I want more.
  • It is not enough.
  • Why?
  • But we are so happy here all together.
  • But we are happy here together.
  • Why?
  • It is not enough.
  • I want more.
  • Most people thought that Wu Kang was lucky. He had a beautiful wife, healthy children, parents, and his elder brother lived with him in a comfortable cottage in a country farm. He also had faithful neighbors. Wu Kang always wanted more though.
  • Maybe you should try to become an Immortal. You couldn't want more than that.
  • Perhaps, you are right.
  • It is not enough.
  • One day Wu Kang decided that he wanted more. So when his crops thrived and flourished he thought that farming didn't satisfy him. The day he had a successful harvest he told his friends that he was leaving to move to town. He packed up his possesions, sold everything else and with his wife, children, parents, and brother they moved to town.
  • At last, an Immortal! Master, will you teach me?
  • In his new town home, it was inconvenient and smaller. He was able to apprentice himself to a furniture maker. But the day he was able to carve a chair from beechwood was the same day that he quited and decided to move into the city. He left into the city with his wufe and children and left his parents and brother behind.
  • The only things for me to teach you, are the lessons of contentment and patience. Only when you are able to cut this tree down will I know you have learned them
  • There new house was a hut on a filthy street. As his wife and children addjusted to life in the city, Wu Kang searched for satisfaction. Still, nothing was enough for him. After mastering the abacus, Wu Kang decided to quit the training to be a store keeper. After learning how to hold a paintbrush, he stopped studying for a government position. He still wanted more.
  • Don't leave. Here, we are together.
  • Wu Kang searched and traveled far and long, but one night he found the Old Man of the Moon. The Man preffered to decline to his request, but Wu Kang insisted and begged. So with misgivings heagreed and brough Wu Kang to Never Ending Mountain. Their, he was taught lessons full of wonder, that common men would marvel at. Instead, We Kang was unmoved and aspired for more.
  • Wu Kang wanted to learn more from The Old Man so he did. After sometime, Wu Kang was taken to a barren are of Never Ending Mountain. The Old Man knocked the ground with his walking stick and a silver tree grew. The Old man tied a string of destiny around Wu Kang and the tree. Every night he tried and failed because it always grew back. At the end he learned his lesson.
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