King Generous and King Selfish

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AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2005 - Fiction - 284 pages
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The names used in this story have been chosen by the author as a description of each person or place involved. It may take some readers a little time to accept the names, but after they have accepted them, they will find the story extremely enjoyable and very interesting. This is the story of two kings who lived in a territory called Kingsland. One king was always generous, respectful, kind and pleasant. The other king was always selfish, disrespectful, unkind and mean. It's not just the story about the two kings, but it's also the story about the numerous lessons that were learned by the most powerful people in Kingsland. Lessons that made them change their way of thinking, as well as their actions. The story took place during the time when the kings were the supreme rulers of the land. There were many kingdoms throughout Kingsland, but they were very far apart from each other. Each kingdom was totally independent, but there was, however, one king who was the supreme ruler of them all. His name was King Soopream. The story has a plentiful supply of kindness and generosity, as well as a great deal of despair and surprises. The kind-hearted people in this story felt that if they could only help one person in the world, they would gladly do it. However, as it turned out, many people were able to help numerous other people, and they were delighted to do it. If this story changes the life of only one person, for the better, even for a brief moment, then it was worth writing this book.

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