It is true that honesty and wisdom are great virtues which are rewarded sooner or later. The shepherd was an honest and wise man. He shared his food with an unknown traveller and allowed him to sleep in his cave. As the stranger was the king, so he made shepherd governor of a small district. He rose to power, but remained as humble and calm as ever. He was kind and treated everyone equally with kindness. The other governors were jealous of him and made conspiracy against him to defame him. The said he was dishonest and corrupt. But he remained humble to everyone and told them the truth. He opened the box to show everything. The king was pleased with the shepherd’s wisdom and made him the governor of a much bigger district. Thus, honesty and wisdom are great virtues which are rewarded sooner or later.