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It helps in organizing and managing the essentials. These lessons also have qualities that translate into action and help convert them.

Bunch and Tortoise

Once upon a time there was a hare who was a friend of the tortoise. One day he challenged the tortoise to a race. Seeing how slow the tortoise was going, the hare thought that he would win it easily. So he took a nap while the tortoise kept walking. When the hare woke up he saw that the tortoise was already at the finish line. When he was busy sleeping, the tortoise won the race.

Moral of the story:

There are actually some moral lessons we can learn from this story. The Rabbit teaches that overconfidence can sometimes ruin you. Whereas the tortoise teaches us about the power of perseverance. Even if all the odds are against you, never give up. Sometimes life is not about who is fastest or strongest, it is about who is most consistent.

Dog and Bone

Once upon a time there was a dog who roamed the streets day and night in search of food. One day, he found a large juicy bone and immediately grabbed it in the middle of his mouth and took it home. On his way home, he crossed a river and saw another dog with a bone in its mouth. He wanted that bone for himself too. But as soon as he opened his mouth, the bone he was cutting fell into the river and drowned. That night he went home hungry.

Moral of the story:

If we are always jealous of others, we, like a greedy dog, will lose what we already have.

Thirsty Crow

After flying for a long distance, a thirsty crow was wandering in the forest in search of water. At last, he saw a vessel half full of water. He tried to drink from it but his beak was not long enough to reach the water inside. Then he saw the pebbles on the ground, and placed them one by one in the pitcher until the water came up. The crow drank from it in a hurry and quenched his thirst.

Moral of the story:

Wherever there is a will, there is a way. Every problem has a solution if we just work hard and don’t give up.

Lazy John

There was a boy named John who was so lazy that he couldn’t even bother to change his clothes. One day he saw that the apple tree in their courtyard was full of fruits. He wanted to eat some apples but he was too lazy to climb the tree and pick the fruit. So he lay under the tree and waited for the fruits to fall. John waited and waited until he was very hungry but the apples never fell.

Moral of the story:

Laziness can’t take you anywhere. If you want something, you need to work hard for it.

Fox and Grapes

Once a hungry fox stumbled upon a vineyard. Seeing the chubby grapes hanging in bunches, the foxes were shocked. But no matter how high he jumped, he could not reach it. So he told himself it was probably sour and left. That night he had to sleep on an empty stomach.

Moral of the story:

Most of us have a tendency to act like a fox. When we want something but think it’s too hard to achieve, we make excuses. We tell ourselves that it’s probably not as good as working hard for it.

Ant and Grasshopper

Ant and grasshopper were good friends. In summer, the ant works hard to fill its storage with food. While the grasshopper was enjoying the pleasant weather and was playing all day. When winter came, the ant lay comfortably in her house, surrounded by the food she had kept in the summer. While the grasshopper was in his house, he was hungry and freezing. He asked for food from the ant and the ant gave him something. But this was not enough for the whole winter. When he tried to ask the ant again, the latter replied: “I’m sorry my friend but my food is enough for my family to last through the end of winter. If I give you more, so will we.” Will starve to death. We had all summer to prepare for winter but you chose to play instead.”

Moral of the story:

The winter in this story represents a time in our lives where food and resources are scarce. Whereas summer is the time when everything is in abundance. So if you have a lot now, save some of it for the winter.

7.Cowboy Boy

Once upon a time there was a shepherd boy who loved to play tricks. One day, while he was watching the herd, the boy decided to play a trick and shouted “Wolf! Wolf!”. The people listening ran to help him. But they were disappointed when they saw that there was no wolf and the boy was laughing at them. The next day, he did it again and people ran to his aid once again to the dismay. On the third day, the boy saw a wolf eating one of his sheep and cried out for help. But those who heard him thought it was another prank of the boy so no one came to his aid. That day, the boy lost some of his sheep to the wolf.

Moral of the story:

If you always lie and deceive other people, there will come a time when no one will believe you.

8.Ugly Duckling

Most of us have probably heard about this story as it is one of the most popular fairy tales in the world. The story revolves around a duck who has always felt different from his siblings since the time of his birth. He was always chosen because he didn’t look like the rest. One day, he had had enough and ran away from the pond in which he had grown up. He wandered far and wide in search of a family that would accept him. Months passed and the weather changed but wherever he went, no one wanted him because he was such an ugly duckling. Then one day, he came across a family of swans. Upon seeing him, he realized that during the months he spent looking for a family to call his family, he had grown into a beautiful swan. Now he finally understood why he doesn’t look like the rest of his siblings because he is not a duck but a swan.

Moral of the story:

We should not be in a hurry to judge others on the basis of their physical appearance. Just because someone doesn’t fit social definitions of beauty, doesn’t mean they’re ugly. Each of us is beautiful in our own unique way and it is time to acknowledge and celebrate that individuality.

The Lion and the Poor Slave

Once upon a time there was a slave whom his master treated cruelly. One day, he could not take it any more and ran into the forest to escape. There he found a lion who could not walk because of the thorn in his paw. Though he is frightened, Das mustered up his courage and took the thorn out of the lion’s paw. When the lion was finally freed from the thorn, it fled into the forest and did not harm the slave. After some time, the slave was caught by his master along with some animals in the forest. The master then ordered the slave to be thrown into the lion’s den. When the slave saw the lion, he recognized it as the same lion he had helped in the forest. The slave was able to escape the den without any harm and freed all the other animals.

Moral of the story:

The good you have done will always have a way of coming back to you. So do good deeds and be kind to others and the world will be kind to you.

Elephants and Ants

Once upon a time there was a proud elephant who always threatened small animals. He would go to the anthill near his house and sprinkle water on the ants. The ants, with their size, could do nothing but cry. The elephant simply laughed and threatened the ants that he would crush them to death. One day, the ants had had enough and they decided to teach the elephant a lesson. They went straight into the trunk of the elephant and started biting it. The elephant could only groan in pain. He realized his mistake and apologized to the ants and all the animals he had threatened.

Moral of the story:

Be humble and treat everyone with kindness. If you think you are stronger than others, use your strength to protect them rather than harm them.

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