The Story Of The Master’s Dinner Invitation begins with a rich gentleman who hosted a great dinner and invited all the people of his city who were working in his generosity and giving, and this gentleman prepared a surprise that he did not disclose during this dinner.
The Story Of The Master’s Dinner Invitation And The Moral In It
When the dinner hour drew near, people gathered in the courtyard of the palace, but no one was ready to enter, as many questions swirled in everyone’s minds and they began to talk among themselves. One of them said: “There is no doubt that the master has gathered us today in the palace to imprison us because perhaps we have neglected our work without realizing or one of us stole a small thing,” while another said: “The master is very careful about his money, so he will certainly demand our debts that we are unable to pay. This is an opportunity for him to do so.”
Another person approached the crowd and said: “Undoubtedly, the master will oblige us to pay expensive taxes, so he will enslave us and our sons for his service, and this invitation is nothing but a cover for his evil intention to bind us with payment bonds that accompany us until our death.”
In this way, everyone began to withdraw little by little from the front of the palace, refusing the dinner invitation, and others were waiting outside, doubting the master’s intention and purpose behind this invitation, except for one young man, who was listening silently and calmly to the conversation of these people without commenting on him, despite the fact that he did not agree with their suspicions and mistrust of Mr. This young man was determined to enter to meet the dinner invitation and ignored the looks of others directed at him.
The great surprise was when the hour of dinner came and the door of the palace was closed and everyone returned to their homes, where this young man and his master enjoyed a great dinner. The surprise that the master had hidden and which he announced at the end of the dinner was the final exemption from all debts and taxes, and this was from the generosity of the presence of the master, so the young man came out happy and joyful while all the people of the city lost because of their mistrust and doubts.