The Story of "The Blinding Truth"
Once there two brothers who were called "Lies" and "Truth". They were two different people and Lies hated Truth.
One day Lies decided he would get his brother in trouble. He claimed that his brother had stolen his dagger that had as much lead as Mt. Yale and as much wood in the handle as Copotos.
Lies said that the guards should punish him by making him blind and make him be his servant. He put a spell on him to make him blind. Then they made him his servant. Lies however, could not stand having a blind man be his servant, so he made his new servants take him to a desert so he would be killed by lions. The servants did this but they did not want to kill Truth so they brought him to a garden, took his shirt and rubbed blood on it.
They brought this to Lies and told him they had killed his brother. Lies believed this. Then a woman found a man in her garden. She let him in her house and later married him. They had one child who was not ordinary. The woman soon became tired of Truth and banished him from her house.
Their son was later mocked for not having a father. The boy asked his mother who his father was so he could tell the kids. She told him that the blind man that lived down the street was his father. He ran up to him and brought him in the house. He wanted to help him not be blind so he went to Lies and asked him if the tale about the dagger was true and that his brother was alive. Lies later confessed that the story was made up.
He agreed to save his brother and revoke his spell. The woman that had grown tired of Truth soon accepted him again without his blindness. The son, Truth, and the woman then lived happily ever after.