Kuto

Kuto’s life no. 700

Kuto was born in Ecuador, the son of a poor farmer. He grew up working hard on his father's farm, but he always dreamed of something more. When he was eighteen, Kuto left home and set out to see the world.

He didn't have much money, so he had to take odd jobs wherever he could find them. He worked as a dishwasher in restaurants, a laborer on construction sites, and even a janitor in a hospital. It was hard work, but Kuto never complained.

Eventually, Kuto saved up enough money to buy himself a bicycle. He started riding it everywhere, using it as his main mode of transportation. People started calling him "the green cyclist" because of his distinctive cap that he always wore while riding.

As Kuto continued to travel around Ecuador, he began to notice the inequality between rich and poor people in his country. He saw how the rich lived in luxury while the poor struggled just to survive day-to-day life filled with disdain . This disparity made Kuto very angry and motivated him to start speaking out against social injustice wherever he went . Some people laughed at him and called him names , but Kuto didn't care . He knew that what he was doing was important . Bystanders would often stop and listen to him preach about equality , even if they didn't agree with everything he said . Occasionally , someone would even throw some coins into his hat as thanks for entertaining them
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