Monday, June 6, 2011

Hassebu Story

Once upon a time there lived a poor woman, only one child, a young son named Hassebu, who had an odd little birthmark on his chest.
When he thought no longer a baby, and his mother read it was time for him to learn, she sent him to school. And after he finished school, he was taken to a shop to learn how to make clothes, and have not learned, and he was taken in order to do silversmith's work, and have not learned, and what he was taught He did not learn it.
His mother never wanted him to what he did not want to do, she said, "Well, stay home, my son," and he remained at home, eating and sleeping.
One day the boy said to his mother: "What was my father's business?"

"He was a very learned doctor," she said.

"Where are his books? Asked Hassebu.

"Many, many days have passed and I thought nothing of them. But look inside and see if they are there." So Hassebu looked and saw they were insects, all but one book that he took it away to Read eaten.

He was sitting at home one morning poring over the medical book, when some neighbors came and said to his mother: "Give us young that we can go together to cut wood." For wood-cut was their job, and they would load several donkeys with firewood to sell in the city.

And his mother answered, "Well, tomorrow I'll buy him a donkey, and you can all go together."

So the donkey was purchased, and the neighbors came, and they worked hard all day and at night they brought back the wood in the city and sold it for a good sum of money. And six days they went and did that much, but on the seventh it was raining, and the woodcutter went and took refuge in the rocks, but all Hassebu who do not mind wet and stayed where he was.

As he sat in the place where the loggers had left him, he took a stone that lay by him and stand by him to the ground. The bell rang with a hollow sound, and he called his companions and said, "Come here and listen; The ground seems hollow"

"Knock again," she said. And he knocked and listened.

"Let us dig," said the boy. And they dug and found a large pit like a well filled with honey to the brim.

"This is better than firewood," she said, "brings us more money. And how you found it, Hassebu, it is you have to dip in the honey and give us and we will take it to the city and for sale, and the money with you. "

The following day brought every man and every bowl vessel he could find at home, and they all Hassebu filled with honey. And this he did every day for three months.
At the end of this time the honey was very nearly finished, and there was only a little to the left, bottom, and that was very deep, so deep that it seemed as if there must be exactly in the center of the earth.
Seeing this, the men said to Hassebu: "We are a cable stuck under his arm, and random, to let you scrape up all the honey, left, and if you have done, we will again lower the rope, and it is quickly to make and we will reach you. "

Hassebu is good for the hole'Very, left, "replied the boy, and he went, and he scratched and scraped, it was not so much honey left as if the tip of a needle." Now I'm ready, "he cried, but they belong together and said, "Let him there in the pit, and take its share of the money and we will tell his mother:" Your son was caught by a lion, and led into the forest, and we tried it to follow, but could not '. "

Then got up and went into town and told his mother, as she had agreed, and she cried a lot and made her grief over many months. And when the men split the money, they said, "Let us send a little of our friend of the mother," and they sent some to her, and every day they took their rice, and oil, it took her flesh, and a took her handkerchief, every day.

It was not long Hassebu to find out that his companion had left him to die in the pit long, but he had a brave heart, and hoped that he might be able to figure out a way for themselves. He immediately began to explore in the pit and found it went back a long way underground.

And at night he slept, and by day he took a little of the honey he had gathered and ate it, and gone so many days.

One morning, as he sat on a rock with his breakfast was a large scorpion on his feet, and he took a stone and killed her, for fear it would sting him. Then suddenly the thought flashed into his head, 'This scorpion must be coming from somewhere! Perhaps there is a hole. I will go and seek him. "He felt around the walls of the pit until he was a very small hole in the roof of the pit, with a tiny ray of light found at the other end. Then rejoiced his heart, and he drew his knife and dug and dug until the small was a big hole, and he was able to wriggle through. And when he came outside, he saw a large open space in front of him, and a way out of it.

He walked down the path further and further until it reaches a large house, was open with a golden door. Inside was a large hall in the middle of the hall, a throne set with precious stones, and a bed spread set with the softest pillows. And he went in and lay down on her and fell fast asleep, for he had wandered far.

Gradually, there was a noise of people coming through the court, and the measured tramp of soldiers. This was the king of the snakes come in state in his palace.

They entered the room, but all listened in amazement looking for a man to own the bed of the king. The soldiers wanted to kill him immediately, but the king said: "Leave him alone, sat on a chair." And the soldiers who, he was kneeling on the floor and he slipped from her shoulders on a chair. When he was sitting comfortably, he turned to his soldiers and ordered them to strangers wake up gently. And they woke him and Hassebu sat up and saw a lot of snakes around him, and one of them very beautiful, decorated in royal robes.

"Who are you?" Asked Hassebu.

"I'm the king of serpents," was the answer and this is my palace. And will you tell me who you are and where you come from? "

"My name is Hassebu, but where I come, I do not know yet where I go."

remain "Then a little bit with me," said the king, and he ordered his soldiers to bring water from the spring and fruits from the forest, and they set before the guest.

For some weeks Hassebu rested and celebrated in the palace of the king of serpents, and then he began to long for his mother and his own country. So he said to the king of serpents "Send me home, I pray."

But the king answered the serpent: "When you go home, you will be angry with me!"

"I will do no harm," said Hassebu, 'send me home, I pray. "But the king said," I know. If I send you home, you will come back and kill me. I dare not. "But Hassebu begged so much that at last the king said," Swear that if you go home you do not go swimming, where many people gathered to get. "And swore Hassebu, and the king ordered his soldiers to Hassebu in sight of his home town to take. Then he went directly to the home of his mother, and his mother's heart was glad.
Now the Sultan of the city was very ill, and all the wise men said that the only thing he had to cure the meat of the king of the snakes, and that the only man to get, it was a man with a strange mark on his chest could. So had the vizier to see people to the public baths, to see, set, if such a man was there.

For three days Hassebu remembered his promise to go, the king of serpents, and not in the vicinity of the baths, then a morning was so hot he could hardly breathe, and he forgot everything.

As soon as he slipped his robe he was before the vizier, who had said to him, "Guide us to the place where the king of the snakes live."

"I do not know!" he answered, but the Wazir did not believe him and left him tied up and beaten until his back was all torn.

Hassebu then cried, "Loose me, that I can make."

They went a long way until they reached the palace of the king of serpents.
Hassebu and said to the king. "It was not I look at my back, and you'll see how it drove me to it"

"If you beat this?" asked the king.

"This was the vizier," said Hassebu.
"Then I am already dead," the king said sadly, "but you do have to wear it themselves."

Sun Hassebu carried him. And on the way the king said: "When I arrive, I have to be killed, and my meat will be cooked, but take some of the water that I cooked, and put it in a bottle and place it on a page. . The minister will tell you to drink it, but be careful not to do. Then you take some more of the water and drink it, and you will become a great doctor, and the third delivery to you at the Sultan give, and when the vizier comes to you and asks, "Did you drink what I gave you? "You have to answer:" I have, and this is for you, "and he will drink and die, and your soul will rest."

And they went their way into the city, and everything happened just as the king of the snakes had said.

And the sultan loved Hassebu that is a great doctor, and cured many sick. But kept all his life Hassebu in his heart the memory of the king of the snakes.


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