The word confusion sometimes makes you spin your head and lose everything. Sometimes it brings you a new idea and gets you on right path.
Once upon a time, there was a king, who was very lazy. He did not like to do anything. He waited for his attendants to serve him every moment.
Eventually I got out of a knotty way to move in a restful manner meanwhile giving a halt to hectic disillusionment walk.
Long ago there lived a merchant. He used to deal in salt. He had a donkey to carry load. He used to sell his salt loaded on the donkey. He had to cross a stream to go to other village.
Once there lived a blind man in a small town. He always carried a lighted lamp in his hand whenever he went out at night.
Once two merchants lost a camel. They met a traveller and asked him if he had seen it. The man replied he had not.” But was your camel blind in the right eye?” Said he to them.
Once two cats, one white and one black, quarreled, over a large piece of cake. The white cat said that she had seen the cake first and so it was hers. The black cat refused to allow her claim and pretended to scratch her.
A rich man wanted to give a great feast to his friends. He got all kinds of dishes prepared but he could not get fish. He offered a reward to the man who would bring it.
Once a famine broke out in a country. Everyday the children of the city flocked at a rich man’s house to get loaves of bread.
A milk maid was carrying a pail of milk on her head and was to market to sell it. As she went along she fell into day dreaming.