out, they finally managed to summarize everything into ten books and submited them to the king. The king, however, thought even ten books were too muchmany to read, and ordered his men to summarize them into one book. The scholars put their heads together and were able to condense the books into one volume. This time around, the king did not even want to read this one book and demanded the book be summed up in one line. After much agony over the king’s order, the scholars at last pulled off the single-sentence summary. The scholars wrote the sentence on a sheet of paper, put it in an envelope, and presented it to the king. What could possibly have been written? The king’s vassals and subjects (Vassals are subjects of the king. It would be better to delete "vassals" here), as well as the king himself, were all very curious and so waited with bated breath for the king to open the envelope and read the line. The king at last read the sentence out loud. It was said to be “Nothing in this world comes for free.”
The sentence may have been the scholars’ attempt to point out the king’s laziness, but it also holds true for us all. Not too many freebies have any substantial worth, but people still want things for free. These are the type of people swindlers like the most. They are easy targets for scammers because they want to take
anthe easy way out and gain much without effort.
Student or Learner