Once upon a time there was a young man and his grandfather. The young man, named Kin loved his grandfather very much. One his grandfather for a drink from the well of kindness as he was soon to die. Kin knew that this was going to be his grandfather's last wish and he wanted to fulfill it. He set out but before he even got down the stairs his first obstacle came: his mother. His mother had heard what was happening. She tried to warn Kin but he wouldn't listen. As he walked out of the house and to the edge of the woods he ran into his boss. His boss was looking for him; he wanted Kin to sell some buckets for him. After he kindly told his boss he had some work of his own to do, he set off into the woods. When it was sunset it had been five hours of walking and sometimes running, he met the mythical beast guarding the clearing. This beast was indescribable except for the fact it was huge. The beast then spoke. " I will give you a riddle, hero, before you can pass. You can either walk away safely, you can answer wrong and be eaten alive or you can guess correctly and pass. Here is your riddle now: why was the well created?". Kin thought and thought but he could not think of anything to say to this beast. He looks up at the dragon and he starts to see his goal: to give a kind old man a drink from a well of kindness. Kindness! That was the answer! He speaks the correct answer and the creature lets Kin pass. When he stepped into the clearing, he saw the well, got the bucket up, and before leaving, he had a sip out of curiosity. Nothing happened. Then he knew why his grandfather wanted the water. Not for himself, but for Kin. Now he knew. His last wish was for a kind grandson.