Once upon a time, in a faraway land, there was a young boy named Egon who dreamed of saving the world. He had always felt a sense of injustice in the world and longed to do something about it.
One day, he came across an old man who offered him a magical bird. The bird, the old man said, had the power to give voice to the silenced and oppressed, and would help Egon in his quest to make the world a better place.
Egon eagerly accepted the bird and set off on his journey. At first, the bird was a great help. It would chirp and cheep, speaking out against injustice and inequality wherever it saw it. People listened, and many were moved by the bird’s words.
But as time went on, the bird began to speak out more and more, and its words became more and more strident. It would shout and screech, berating anyone who didn’t agree with its views and insulting those who dared to challenge it.
Egon was dismayed by the bird’s behavior. He had wanted to help people, not alienate them. But try as he might, he couldn’t get the bird to be quiet. It continued to shout and rant, causing more and more harm than good.
Worst of all, the bird’s power attracted the attention of those who sought to use it for their own gain. Bad people began to exploit the bird, using its voice to spread lies and fabrications. They would whisper in its ear, telling it what to say, and the bird would repeat their words without question.
Egon knew he had to do something. He couldn’t let the bird continue to be used in this way. So he set out to find a way to stop the bad people from manipulating the bird.
He searched far and wide, seeking out wise old men and women who might have the knowledge to help him. And after many long months, he finally found the answer he was looking for.
The key to stopping the bad people, he learned, was not to silence the bird, but to teach it to think for itself. He returned to the old man who had given him the bird, and asked for his help in teaching the bird to discern right from wrong.
The old man agreed, and together, they began to teach the bird. They showed it the world, and taught it to see the beauty and the pain, the good and the bad. They taught it to think for itself, and to speak out against injustice, but also to listen to others and to respect their views.
Slowly but surely, the bird began to change. It no longer screamed and ranted, but spoke with wisdom and compassion. And as it grew in understanding, the bad people lost their hold on it. They could no longer use its voice to spread their lies, and they were forced to flee.
Egon was overjoyed. He had finally succeeded in his quest to save the world. He had used the bird’s power not to force people to do his bidding, but to help them think for themselves and to make their own choices.
And as he watched the bird fly free, he knew that he had made the world a better place, not just for himself, but for everyone.