"Come, bring me your toe," said the healer.Jarvis put his foot out and then the healer pulled on it, and made a loud crack noise."Is that all?" said Jarvis."Yes," said the healer.Jarvis stood. There was no pain in his foot or two."Thank you!" said Jarvis. "I admit, I didn't think that you could heal me." He turns halfway,about to leave. "I suppose I should be going now.""But wait," said the healer, "is there anything else you'd like?""No," said Jarvis. "That was only only injury.""Perhaps you'd like to ask a question?" said the healer. "I am known as a man of great wisdom.You know, not many people take my advice.""Wisdom is always valuable," said Jarvis. He faced the healer. "I will indeed ask you aquestion.""As you please," said the healer.Jarvis thought for a moment."What can I do to become successful and happy?" said Jarvis."Not an original question," smiled the healer, "but I will tell you what to do. Opposite to here, atthe west end, there is a magic mirror.""A magic mirror?" repeated Jarvis."Yes," said the healer. "It is hung on the great wall. If you look into it, it will reveal all your flaws, and once you see them so clearly, you can fix them, and thus excel in your life. Will you pay themagic mirror a visit?"The next day, after work, Jarvis went to the west end of town. He saw many people gathered around,waiting for a turn to see the magic mirror. He noticed the mirror was on the wall -- which kept outsidesout and insiders in -- and saw it was six feet from the ground. So, for most villagers it was just abovetheir heads.Most people looked up, seeing it was "just a mirror," and turned away.But even more people went on their tippy toes and got a glance at the bottom.And fewer jumped up as high as they could to get a better view.Some sat on their friend's shoulders to see, and some went up into trees.Mostly everyone left very disappointed.Jarvis kept watching and watching, but nobody seemed pleased with the mirror. So, he waiteduntil everyone was gone, and then went to inspect it alone. He jumped up and saw indeed that wasnothing but a mirror."A waste of time," said Jarvis. "It's just a mirror."But then he felt an itch that told him to take a closer look. Jarvis went to a shop and traded his bronze ring for a ladder. He returned to the area, where the magic wall was, and placed it against thewall. He climbed up and looked into the magic mirror. It was just his reflection."There must be more to this," said Jarvis.He touched the mirror, then found it was just a mirror. He was about to climb down, but hecouldn't help but think he was missing something. He kept looking at the mirror, hoping somethingwould change. It didn'tThen Jarvis noticed a small space underneath the mirror. He slipped his finger nail under it and pulled. The mirror swung open, and revealed in the high wall a hole large enough for a man. Throughthis hole was a city, a magnificent, luscious land, full of green, fresh air, and roads leading beyond theeye.Jarvis looked at it and wasn't sure what to do. But then he decided to go on through -- he wasonly one of two people.