Once an austere philosopher left his home in search of the path to a sweeter life. He traveled through lands of great antiquity, and before long was told of a sage. Not only was this sage greatly respected, compared to gods and kings, and untroubled by the world, he was also said to maintain a happy disposition and tranquil nature. The source of the sage’s happiness rested in his garden, where he often dwelled.
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