I began this journey with the same lofty and inspiring self-belittlement that I will carry into the afterlife,” said the king, adding that his self-worth was largely unaffected by the suffering of other human beings, and that it was only through their unwavering and unfailing support that he had the courage to continue on with his dream of being loved and appreciated. “Once I stop being self-absorbed and give into the kindness of my true self, all that glitters and glitters are going to shine through, and I will show you all my true self.” At press time, the king had died from an infection suffered in the making of a beautiful painting, and his ghost will play on in his coffin for many years after his death.