Once upon a time, in a small village far away, there lived a young boy named Jake. Jake was not like the other children; he had a very special gift and that was a gift of unarguedness. Jake never argued about anything, no matter how hard he was pushed.

When Jake was five years old, his parents enrolled him in school. The other children looked at Jake in disbelief, for Jake never argued with the teacher or other classmates. In fact, Jake rarely even spoke, unless it was in response to a question.

One day, the principal of the school invited all the students to an assembly. He wanted to discuss a problem that the school had been having, and he wanted everyone to voice their opinions. But when it was Jake’s turn, he stayed silent.

The principal was so impressed with Jake’s lack of arguing that he decided to use him as an example to the other students. He explained to the assembly that having an argument was not necessarily the best way to solve problems. He said that listening with an open mind and trying to come up with solutions is often a much better approach.

The other students were so impressed with Jake that they started to listen to him more and to learn from his example. They started to respect his unarguedness, and to understand that it is not necessarily a bad thing.

Jake continued to lead the way in unarguedness, not just in school but also in his daily life. He inspired others to be understanding and to find better solutions to problems rather than arguing.

The moral of the story is that it is much better to come up with solutions to problems than to argue about them. In a world filled with arguments, unarguedness can be a source of strength and a sign of wisdom not only to others but also to ourselves.

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