Once upon a time, there lived a small village near the forest in the valley. The village had a unique culture and their people spoke in a unique language. They often sang songs and made music from the leaves of the trees and laughed with joy at the end of a long day.

The people of this village were hardworking and diligent and the village prospered for many years. The village had a community leader whose name was Abil. He was a fair and wise leader and kept the village safe and peaceful. He was loved and respected by everyone.

One day, some nomadic traders came to the village. They had traveled from afar, and they were selling goods such as clothes, jewelry and other trinkets. Abil welcomed them into the village and asked them to stay for a few days.

However, the traders brought with them something far more dangerous than trinkets. Unbeknownst to everyone, they had brought smallpox with them. Smallpox is a deadly disease that is caused by a virus. It is highly contagious and can cause severe skin irritation and death.

Within days, the whole village was infected with smallpox and many of the villagers fell ill. Abil was also infected. He knew that something had to be done to save the village from this fatal disease.

Abil called upon the healers and wise people in the village and asked them to come up with a remedy. They advised him to get help from outside and sent out some of the best hunters to get help.

The hunters were able to find a small clinic in the nearby town that had the cure for smallpox. They brought back the medicine and Abil distributed it to all the villagers. Slowly, the villagers recovered and the village was saved from the contagion.

Abil was admired and praised by all. Everyone thanked him for his courage and quick thinking. Abil, in turn, thanked the healers and the hunters for their help.

The moral of the story is that a leader should be wise and courageous in times of crisis and seek help from knowledgeable and experienced people in order to save his people from harm.

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