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Hashnu Stones & Gems x Elc Glass - Unique Cap
Hashnu Stones & Gems x Elc Glass - Unique Cap
Hashnu Stones & Gems x Elc Glass - Unique Cap
Hashnu Stones & Gems x Elc Glass - Unique Cap

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Down here we leave you a nice story about Hashnu, an聽old Japanese Fable

Hashnu the Stonecutter sat beside the highway cutting stone. It was hard聽work, and the sun shone hot upon him.

"Ah me!" said Hashnu, "if one only did not have to work all day. I would聽that I could sit and rest, and not have to ply this heavy mallet.

Just then there was a great commotion, and Hashnu saw a crowd of people聽coming up the road. When they drew nearer he noticed that one of them聽was the King. On his right side rode soldiers, all arrayed in armor and聽ready to do his bidding, while on the left rode courtiers, seeking to聽serve him and win his favor.

And Hashnu, watching, thought what a fine thing it would be to be a聽King, and to have soldiers to do his bidding, and courtiers to serve聽him, and he said:

"Ah me, ah me,聽If Hashnu only a King could be."

At once he heard a voice say: "Be thou the King."

Then in a moment Hashnu found that he was no longer the stonecutter,聽sitting beside the highway with a heavy mallet in his hand, but the聽King, dressed in armor, riding in the midst of soldiers and courtiers,聽and all about him doing homage.

He rode very proudly for a while, and his subjects bowed low before him.聽But the armor was heavy, and the helmet pressed hard upon his brow, and聽his head throbbed with the weight of it. He was indeed weary and faint聽with the heat, because, though a King, the sun beat hot upon him!

And he said to himself: "Lo, I am the King, and yet the sun can make me聽faint and weary. I had thought that to be a King was to be stronger than聽anything else, but the sun is stronger than the King!"

And as they rode further, and the sun still beat hard upon him, he said:

"Ah me, ah me,聽If Hashnu only the sun could be!"

Then he heard a voice say: "Be thou the sun."

And in a moment he was no longer the King, riding among his courtiers,聽but the sun, blazing high in the heavens, shining hot upon the fields聽and the meadows. As he did not know how to shine, he allowed his rays to聽fall too fiercely upon the world, and grass and grain were dried up and聽withered, and men lamented because of the cruelty of the heat. But聽Hashnu thought he was doing great things, and was very proud, until a聽cloud came between him and the earth, so that his rays no longer fell聽upon the fields and the cities of men.

And Hashnu said: "Lo, I am the sun, and my rays fell upon the fields and聽the cities, and all acknowledge my power. But the cloud is stronger than聽the sun, for it shuts off my rays from the earth."

Then, because the cloud would not go, but became heavier and blacker,聽Hashnu lamented, and said:

"Ah me, ah me,聽If Hashnu only the cloud could be."

And in a moment he was no longer the sun, shining fiercely upon the聽earth, but the cloud, riding in the sky, shutting off the rays of the聽sun, and pouring rain upon the fields and the meadows, filling the聽rivers and the streams to overflowing. But he did not know how to let聽down the rain wisely, and it fell too heavily, and the rivers rose high聽and destroyed the fields and the cities, and the meadows were turned聽into swamps, and the grain rotted in the ground, and the wind blew, and聽trees were uprooted, and houses fell before it. But Hashnu cared for聽none of these things, for he thought he was doing very finely indeed.

But as he looked down upon the earth he saw that a rock beside the聽highway stood unmoved and firm, for all of his raining and blowing. And聽聽he said: "For all I am strong, and can blow down trees and destroy聽cities, and can pour my waters upon the earth and flood the fields and聽the meadows, yet does that rock defy my power. I, Hashnu, would be聽stronger than the rock!"

But the rock was unchanged, and Hashnu, lamenting, said:

"Ah me, ah me,聽If Hashnu only the rock could be!"

Then he heard a voice say: "Be thou the rock."

And in a moment he was no longer the cloud, with the wind blowing hard,聽and pouring water upon the earth, but the rock, fixed and unmoved beside聽the highway. Now, at last, he felt that he was stronger than all. But聽even as he rejoiced, he felt the sharp point of a stonecutter's chisel,聽and heard the sound of his heavy mallet striking upon its head. Then he聽knew that, though the water had fallen upon the rock and been unable to聽change it, and the wind had blown hard against it and had no effect, yet聽聽would the stonecutter change and alter it, and make it take whatever聽shape he desired. And he said:

"Ah me, ah me,聽If Hashnu only the stonecutter could be!"

And he heard a voice say: "Be thou thyself."

Then Hashnu found himself again sitting beside the highway with a聽chisel in his hand, and a mallet on the ground beside him, and the rock聽before him. And the King had gone by, and the rays of the sun were now聽shadowed by the cloud, from which no rain fell, but only a grateful聽shade. And Hashnu said:

"The sun was stronger than the King, the cloud was stronger than the聽sun, the rock was stronger than the cloud, but I, Hashnu, am stronger聽than all."

And so he worked on, now well content to do each day his added task.