Once upon a time, there was a small village near a beautiful river. It was a peaceful and serene place, where people, animals and nature lived together in harmony. Everything was perfect, until one day, a stranger arrived in the village.
The stranger was an impropriator. An impropriator was someone who made his living by taking things that didn’t belong to him. He would take anything from jewelry to coins, and would hide them away in his pockets, or in his bag.
The villagers were alarmed and upset by this stranger, who would come into their village and start taking things without permission. They decided to confront him, but no matter how much they asked, he would not leave. He seemed to be determined to stay, and take whatever he wanted.
One night, the villagers didn’t know what to do anymore. Suddenly, they heard an old lady’s voice in their midst…
“Let us take the impropriator’s bag,” the old lady said.
The villagers were hesitant, but they soon realized that this was their only chance to get rid of the impropriator. They agreed, and the old lady took the bag away.
The next morning, the villagers opened the bag, and were surprised to find that the impropriator had only taken trinkets and useless items! He wasn’t taking anything of value, or anything that would cause the villagers harm.
The villagers were so relieved and happy that they invited the old lady to stay with them. They quickly discovered that she was a wise and kind woman, who’s been helping people from all around the world.
The villagers thanked the old lady for saving them from the impropriator. They learned a valuable lesson that day: no matter how small something may seem, like trinkets and useless items, taking something that doesn’t belong to you is wrong.
Moral of the story: Take only what’s yours, and never take something that doesn’t belong to you.