Once upon a time, there was a small village by the sea that had a problem. Every day, many people in the village died, and the bodies needed to be disposed of.

One day, an old man arrived in the village. He was an expert in cremation, and offered his services to dispose of the bodies. The villagers were amazed by his skills, and decided to employ him as the village cremator.

Every day, the old man would go out to the death sites and cremate the bodies. He was very meticulous in his job, and would take great care to ensure that each body was cremated properly. He had a deep respect for the dead, and understood that it was his duty to treat each body with the utmost care and respect.

The villagers were very thankful for the old man’s services. They had found an efficient and dignified way to dispose of the bodies, and they were all very grateful.

The old man worked hard for many years, and the village was soon free from the burden of body disposal.

But over time, the old man realized that he was no longer a necessary part of the village. With no bodies to cremate, the old man started to feel very lonely. He missed tending to the bodies and watching them turn to smoke as he said a silent prayer for their souls.

One day, on his way home from the village, the old man stumbled upon a very special tree. It was a large oak tree that was said to have magical powers. According to legend, anyone who touched its trunk would become immortal.

The old man was entranced by this tree, and without hesitation, he reached out and touched its trunk. Suddenly, he was filled with an intense feeling of peace and tranquility.

The old man realized that this was his true calling—he was meant to be the village cremator. He returned to the village and continued to work, knowing that his job was essential to keep the village safe and peaceful.

The old man worked for many more years, cremating each body with dignity. The villagers never forget his service, and to this day, they remember the cremator and his great work with gratitude.

Moral: We all have a purpose in life and ultimately it’s our job to find out what it is and to live our lives accordingly. Even if things become difficult, we must remember that we are all part of something bigger, and it is our duty to contribute in any way we can.

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