This book is written to provide information and motivation to readers. Its purpose is not to render any type of psychological, legal, or professional advice of any kind. The content is the sole opinion and expression of the author, and not necessarily that of the publisher. In the days preceding Camelot, before Arthur was as we remember him; when his youth and lack of seasoning were still a source of vexation to his ministers; it is said that, early in his reign, just after the sun had brought a bright but chilly Spring morning, the guardian of the gate came and reported that the king did have a visitor. The king asked the guardian the name of this man, and ‘twas nought he knew; but the guardian told his liege that this man was a gentleman, who said he brought news to King Arthur from the court of the far-away king, Ballizar, who did rule the kingdom of Tabithia.
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