Once upon a time, in a far away kingdom, there lived a noble knight named Sir Thomas. He was a great knight, brave and fearless, living a life of honor and justice. One day, Sir Thomas was riding his horse on his way back to his castle, when he heard a faint whistle. He stopped and looked around, but nobody was there. He shrugged it off and resumed his ride.
Suddenly, Sir Thomas noticed a small cottage with a dim light in the window. He approached the cottage and peered through the window. There he saw an old man who was trying to break into the cottage with a crowbar. Sir Thomas realized that the old man was trying to rob the cottage, so he quickly ran in to stop him.
The old man saw Sir Thomas and tried to escape, but Sir Thomas was too fast. He caught the robber and brought him back to his castle. Once Sir Thomas had the robber, he decided to create a plan to ensure that nobody else could rob the cottage.
Sir Thomas gathered all the villagers and told them his plan. He said that he wanted to build a special type of wall around the cottage that was impossible to break into. The wall would be made of iron and protected by a special type of spell.
The villagers were so impressed by Sir Thomas’ plan that they agreed to help build the wall. After several months of hard work, the villagers had created a wall that was so strong and secure, it was nearly impossible to break into. They named it “Robberproof”.
For years, the cottage remained Robberproof and no thief was ever able to break in. Sir Thomas’ plan was successful and the villagers lived in peace, safe from the tyranny of robbers and thieves.
The moral of the story is that, sometimes it is better to prevent a problem than to try to fix it after it has already happened. This is why it is important to take steps to protect ourselves, our loved ones, and our belongings.