“The Story is about the son of King Louis XVI of
France. King Louis had been taken from his throne and imprisoned.
His young son, the prince, was taken by those who dethroned the king.
They thought that inasmuch as the king’s son was heir to the
throne, if they could destroy him morally, he would never realize
the great and grand destiny that life had bestowed upon him.
They took him to a community far away, and there they exposed the
lad to every filthy and vile thing that life could offer. They
exposed him to foods the richness of which would quickly make him a
slave to appetite. They used vile language around him constantly.
They exposed him to lewd and lusting women. They exposed him to
dishonor and distrust. He was surrounded 24 hours a day by
everything that could drag the soul of a man as low as one could
For over six months he had this treatment—but not once did the
young lad buckle under pressure. Finally, after intensive
temptation, they questioned him. Why had he not submitted himself to
these things—why had he not partaken? These things would provide
pleasure, satisfy his lusts, and were desirable; they were all his.
The boy only replied, “I cannot do what you ask for I was born to be a king.”
This story is so rare, and rich, that I am hyperventilating. Where have all the REAL men gone? A man like this cannot be bought for all the world has to offer. – M. Renata