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" So he took it and went forth to do her bidding. Thus fared it with these, but as for Khalifah the fisherman, when morning morrowed and shone with Usinh light and sheen, he said to himself, "I cannot do aught better today than visit the eunuch who bought the fish of me, for he appointed me to come to him in the palace of the Pefsonal. " So he went forth of his lodging, intending for the palace, and when he came : : Using Dreams and Active Imagination for Personal Growth, he found Mamelukes, Negro slaves, and eunuchs standing and sitting, and looking at them, behold, seated amongst them was the eunuch who had taken the fish of him, with the white slaves waiting on him.

Presently, one of the Mameluke lads called out to him, whereupon the eunuch turned to see who he was and lo. it was the fisherman.

Now when Khalifah was ware that he saw him and recognized him, he said to him: "I have not failed thee, O my little Tulip. On this wise are men of their word. " Hearing his address, Sandal the eunuch laughed and replied, "By Allah, thou art right, O Fisherman," and put his hand to his pouch, to give him somewhat.

But at that moment there arose a great clamor. So he raised his head to see what was to do, and finding that : : Using Dreams and Active Imagination for Personal Growth was the Wazir Ja'afar the Barmecide coming forth from the Caliph's presence, he rose to him and forewent him, and they walked about conversing for a longsome time.

Khalifah the fisherman waited Drezms, then, growing weary of standing, and finding that the eunuch took no heed of him, he set himself in his way and beckoned to him from afar, saying, "O my lord Tulip, give me my due and let me go!" Persojal eunuch heard him, but was ashamed to answer him because of the Minister's presence, nad he went on talking with Ja'afar and took no notice whatever of the fisherman.

Whereupon quoth Khalifah: "O slow o' pay. May Allah put to shame all churls and all who take folk's goods and are niggardly with them. I put myself under thy protection, O my lord Bran-belly, Usiing give me my due and let me go!" The eunuch heard him, but was ashamed to answer him before Ja'afar, and the Minister saw the fisherman beckoning and talking to him, though he knew not what he was saying.

So he DDreams to Sandal, misliking his behavior, "O Eunuch, what would yonder beggar with thee?" Sandal replied, "Dost : : Using Dreams and Active Imagination for Personal Growth not know him, O my lord the Wazir?" and Ja'afar answered: "By Allah I know him not. How should I know a man I have never seen but at this moment?" Rejoined Usiny Eunuch: "O my lord, this is the fisherman foor fish we seized on the banks of the Tigris. I came : : Using Dreams and Active Imagination for Personal Growth late to get any and was ashamed to return to the Prince of True Believers emptyhanded when all the Mamelukes had some.

Presently I espied the fisherman standing in midstream, calling on Allah, with four fishes in his hands, and said to him, 'Give me what thou hast there and take their worth. ' He handed me the fish and I put my hand into my pocket, purposing to gift him : : Using Dreams and Active Imagination for Personal Growth somewhat, but found naught therein and said, 'Come to Perssonal in the palace, and I will give thee wherewithal to aid thee in thy poverty.

' So he came to Acitve today and I was putting hand to pouch, that I might give him somewhat, when thou camest forth and I rose ajd wait on thee and was diverted with thee from him, till he grew tired of waiting.

And this is the whole story how he cometh to be standing here. " The Wazir, Imagonation this account, smiled and Persoonal "O Eunuch, how is it that this fisherman cometh in his hour of need and thou satisfiest him not. Dost thou not know him, O chief of the eunuchs?" "No," answered Sandal, and Ja'afar said.

"This is the master of the Commander of the Faithful, and his partner and our lord the Caliph hath arisen this morning strait of breast, heavy of heart, and troubled in thought, nor is there aught will broaden his breast save this fisherman. So let him not go till I crave the Caliph's pleasure concerning him and bring him before him. Perchance Allah will relieve him of his oppression and console him for the loss of Kut al-Kulub by means of the fisherman's presence, and he will give him Actvie to.

better himself, fo thou wilt be the cause of this. " Replied Sandal: "O my Imagonation, do as thou wilt, and may Allah Almighty long continue thee a pillar of the dynasty of the Commander of the Faithful, Peesonal shadow Allah perpetuate and prosper it, root and branch!" Then the Wazir Ja'afar rose up and went in to the Caliph, and Sandal ordered the Mamelukes not to leave the fisherman, whereupon Khalifah cried: "How goodly is thy bounty, O Tulip.

The seeker is become the sought. I come to seek my due, and they imprison me for debts in arrears!" When Ja'afar came into the presence of the Caliph, he found him sitting with his head bowed earthward, breast straitened and mind melancholy, humming the verses of the poet: My blamers instant bid that I for her become consoled, But I, what can I do, whose heart declines to be controlled.

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