The boy gets to speak to the wise man immediately.
The boy spills all the oil while exploring the palace.
The first time the boy explored the palace, he saw the gardener and the parchments in the library.
The wise man says not to trust a man who doesn't know his house.
Even though he failed at the task set by the wise man, the boy still learns the secret of happiness.
The boy should be more careful when he explores places.
IT's good to explore new places, but it's important not to forget what you already have.
THe happiest people are those people who have traveled all over the world, and have collected treasures from those places.
It's good for all people to travel, but they should never forget the sheep.
Death or danger
He is kidnapped by gypsies.
He disappears with the boy's money.
He uses the boy's money to buy a beautiful sword so he can protect the boy.
He tricks the boy and tries to sell him to a traveling merchant.
They were proof that the old man was real, and so was his advice.
They were precious stones and could be sold to pay for food and shelter.
They helped him discover which caravan would be willing to take him to the pyramids.
He can still go home and become a shepherd again.
He has been farther than anyone he knows, and he know the world was bigger than what it seemed.
The merchant offered to let him work for him in order to earn the beautiful sword.
His friend returned, having bought two camels for them to go in search of the treasure.
Live and learn.
Tomorrow is another day.
Your future is what you make it.