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Rated: E · Short Story · Educational · #2237825
A fox lived in a forest. She was very hungry. She started wandering around.
A fox lived in a forest. She was very hungry. She started wandering around in search of food to satisfy her hunger. She searched the entire forest, when she could not find anything even after wandering in the whole forest, she sat under a tree, disturbed by heat and hunger. Suddenly his eyesight went up. A crow was sitting on the tree. You can also read <a href="https://www.myeduwaves.com/2020/07/the-thirsty-crow-story-with-moral-for.html">the thirsty crow story</a> which is very popular. There was a piece of bread in his mouth.


Seeing the bread in the crow's mouth, that hungry fox got water filled. She started thinking of a way to snatch bread from crows. He suddenly thought of a solution and then he told the crow, "Crow brother! You're very beautiful. I have heard your praise very much, have heard you sing songs very well. You are all crazy about your melodious sweet voice. Won't you listen to me?


Crow is very happy to hear his praise. He got into the sweet things of the fox and without thinking he opened his mouth to sing a song. As he opened his mouth, the piece of bread fell down. The hungry fox quickly picked up the piece and ran away.



Seeing this, the crow began to regret his stupidity. But now what was to happen by repenting, the clever fox took advantage of the foolishness of the foolish crows and took advantage of them.

Lesson: This story gives the message that we should avoid false praise. Many times we find many people who falsely praise us for taking out their work and take out their work. After the work is over, we do not even ask.
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