God punished Michael, an Angel and banished him from Heaven with the task of Learning Three Truths, what dwells in man, what is not given to man and what men live by. When the truths are learned, Michael, the condemned Angel, can return to Heaven. It is narrated in the story like this that Michael was sent by God to take a peasant woman's soul who just gave birth to two twins but he could not finish his task as he was filled with pity having heard the woman's story. He returned back to Heaven and told God of his failure but he was ordered to take the soul of the peasant woman. As he was carrying the soul of the peasant woman back to heaven, his wings were clipped off by the force of the wind and as he fell down to earth, the woman's soul rose to God. When he was hungry, frozen and in pain, he saw a man coming towards him babbling about his own needs without having an iota of thought for the famished, frozen and pained Michael in the shrine. He passed Michael once but he turned back and came to Michael with pity. He clothed him, took him to his house; having shedded his wrappings and boots for the sake of Michael. So that revealed in this poor man's heart and his concerns for others. So this is what dwells in man, love for fellowmen and concerns for others relegating the concerns for himself and his family to the lower rung of importance.
The second truth was to find out what is not given to man. It is the vision into his future or the moment next; as was depicted in the story through a gentleman of wealth planning for his boots which would last for a year without even having a modicum of knowledge as to what was going to happen in the next moment. While he was planning for his shoes, a comrade of Michael, the Angel of Death kept lurking around unknown to him. Michael, being the only one who was able to see his comrade, quickly realized that this was God's second lesson to him. He had learnt what is not given to man. Man is not given the gift of foreseeing his future, man can never know what is going to happen in the next moment. God wanted man to live in peace and harmony without worries.
The third truth 'what men live by' was revealed when a woman's concern for the newly born twins whose parents are departed from this world and kept them alive with her own milk, nectar of love and concerns for the children. Though the woman had a child of her own, she did not turn her back towards those two orphaned babies and nursed them with equal care. When her own child died, the two babies, who are complete strangers to her became her life. All men should not leave caring for themselves; they have to care for others, they have to be concerned about others' worries and woes and these concerns are the manifestation of Supreme Love. The orphans did not live through by the care of their parents but by the care of someone who was not related to them in any way but at ample love and joy for bringing them up and fostering them by feeding her own breast milk. The woman never thought of her welfare but thought of the welfare of the orphaned babies. That is the beauty of this universe and for all men to stay together and live unitedly, showing concerns for each others' woes and anxieties is a necessity. This act of unitedness could only be achieved through the eternal love that shines in the heart of everyone and mankind lives by that.