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The next story is about a boy named Satyakama wants to be the disciple of the sage Gautama. Gautama accepts him as his pupil and sends him on a journey to tend a herd of cows. One of the bulls of the herd speaks to him about finding Brahman, and Satyakama is enlightened.
In the final story, Prajapati, the gods seek advice from Prajapati about their dissatisfaction with their easy lives (this story comes from the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad). Meanwhile, the men living on earth are unhappy with their lives of hard work. The asuras, likewise, were unhappy with their lives spent striking fear into the hearts of men and gods. The gods, men, and asuras all seek Prajapati's advice. He says only, "Da." The gods conclude that this means "Damyata," telling the gods to restrain themselves in order to achieve joy. The humans think it means "Datta," urging them to give generously and find joy in giving. The asuras decide it means "Dayadhvam," which means they should show compassion, which brings joy.