A stable boy finds a jester’s costume in a chest. He puts on this and other costumes, adapts to the king’s need for entertainment and juggles to amuse the king. The stable boy is keen to contribute wherever he is needed, he is not afraid to make a fool of himself, and he is adaptable because he has high self-esteem.

"Once upon a time, there was an agile and adaptable man who loved himself."

The notion of self-esteem and confidence

Most of our CHARACTER, SUBSTANCE and STYLE relate to our self-esteem:

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