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Once upon a time, in a land far away, there was a kingdom ruled by a just and wise king. The king was known for his compassion and fairness, and his subjects loved him dearly.

However, there was one dragon who lived in the kingdom who was not happy with the king’s rule. The dragon was selfish and greedy, and he believed that he deserved more than what he had.

One day, the dragon decided to take matters into his own hands and stole a precious gem from the king’s treasury. He thought that he could get away with it and keep the gem for himself.

But what the dragon didn’t know was that the king had a powerful ally – a wise old sage who knew the ways of karma. The sage warned the king that the dragon’s actions would have consequences and that karma would eventually catch up with him.

Sure enough, the dragon’s theft did not go unnoticed. The king’s guards soon discovered the missing gem and launched a search for the thief. When the dragon was caught, he was brought before the king to face his punishment.

The king, who believed in the power of forgiveness, gave the dragon a chance to redeem himself. He gave the dragon a task to perform – to find and return all of the treasures that he had stolen from the kingdom.

The dragon, feeling ashamed of his actions, accepted the task and set out on a journey of redemption. As he traveled through the kingdom, he encountered many challenges and obstacles. But with each treasure he returned, he felt a sense of peace and fulfillment.

By the end of his journey, the dragon had returned all of the stolen treasures and had learned a valuable lesson about the power of karma. He realized that his selfish actions had only brought him pain and suffering, and that true happiness could only be found through kindness and generosity.

From that day forward, the dragon became a loyal subject of the king and used his strength and power to protect the kingdom and its people. And whenever he saw the wise old sage, he bowed his head and thanked him for teaching him the ways of karma.

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