The Fisherman’s Son

There were many things he could have done. But though he’s kind, he’s not brave, at least not in a clever way, so it’s obvious that he would fail when he tries to save someone else, because he can barely save himself.

He takes advice from the wrong people, and has to go to the grave knowing that another person’s loss was entirely his fault.

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