29. The Foolish People Go to War
"Let's go to war." they said.
There was a big camp.
Some of them went to war.
They were going along close to their camp.
One of them picked up a small piece of rope which had apparently been used long ago to hobble a horse.
Those with whom he was going to war gathered about him.
They looked at it for him.
Then he spoke thus to them:
"Friends, one need not share with anyone."he said to them1
Then, from right there, they went back [home].
That is. "I'm going to keep this prize for myself. " The point of the story is that the Foolish People were satisfied
and elated at the first poor object which fell into their hands, and turned back without securing any worth-while