Once upon a time, in a far, faraway land, there lived a wise king named Isocorybulbine. His kingdom was renowned for its learning and prosperity, and people flocked from all over the world to seek his wisdom and guidance.
Isocorybulbine was a gentle and kind ruler, and all the citizens of his kingdom loved and respected him. He was fair and just, and always ensured that everyone was treated with dignity and kindness. He also placed a strong emphasis on education and knowledge, and his kingdom was filled with libraries, schools, and academies.
One day, Isocorybulbine was walking through his kingdom, and he noticed a small child, a young girl, standing in the middle of a large crowd. The girl was shaking, and tears were streaming down her face. Isocorybulbine immediately approached her and asked her what was wrong.
The girl told the king that she came from a small village, and her family was very poor. She said her family could not afford to send her to school, and she desperately wanted to learn and be educated.
Isocorybulbine was moved by the girl’s plight, and he quickly decided what he must do. He took the girl to his palace and arranged for her to be tutored in the same manner as all the other children in his kingdom. In no time at all, the young girl had acquired a wealth of knowledge and was soon on an equal footing with all the other children.
Isocorybulbine was delighted with the girl’s progress and continued to take an interest in her education. As the girl grew older, she developed into a well-educated young woman, and went on to become a great asset to her kingdom.
The moral of this story is that knowledge and education are the keys to unlocking our potential. The wise king of Isocorybulbine showed us that it is never too late to start learning and that no matter our background, we should always strive to learn and to empower ourselves.