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Sedah's Gift of Remorse

Greek, Western Europe

One young very greedy man decided instead of paying for a meal he would sit out in the public begging for free meals. He Got day by day feeding off of the generosity of kind people. The man would thank those who gave him a feast, but decided that for the less fortunate ones who gave him less he would yell and scream profanity for not giving him better. Every night returning to his own bed in away from the elements full and happy.

But one day he got fed up of waiting for people and decided to go home, he started to get up but one kind man by the name of Sedah came to him on his way home and told him he had a special place for him to come and eat all that he wants. So not arguing or asking questions, the men wandered out to the forest where they came to a trap door that led to an underground home. The man claimed although it was out of the ordinary for a man to live like this, he did not mind being exiled because he lived how he wanted.

Sedah prepared a meal for the man strangely in a haste compared to the other families that helped out this young man. As soon as the steaming food arrived the man started eating but felt strange. He looked around and watched as the house began to warp into the underworld watching the light from door that he entered through slowly disappear.

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