A Moral Story : Selfish FriendshipLet us enjoy reading this story of Selfish Friendship.nce a cat was caught in a hunters net. A mouse used to live in a nearby hole.The mouse seeing the cat in the net started playing around the cat. Soon amongoose came there. He wanted to kill the mouse. As he lifted his head, hesaw an owl sitting on a tree trying to catch him. The mongoose went very nearthe cats net to save himself. The mouse thought "When the hunter takes awaythe cat, the mongoose will not spare me and the owl is there to enjoy both ofus." The Mouse went to the cat and said, "I can cut the net if you promise tosave my life from the mongoose and the owl." The cat agreed. The mousestarted cutting the net slowly and freed the cat only when the hunter was justnear the cat. The cat took to heels and so ran the mongoose too. The owl wasvery much disappointed to see even the mouse running away to safety. A fewdays later, the cat being hungry, went to the hole of the mouse and requestedhim to come out for a game. The mouse replied, "I sought friendship and savedyou to save my life." Now you can go home.MORAL : Don’t nurture friendship with selfish people.
A Moral Story : The Lion and The FrogLet us enjoy reading this story of The Lion and The Frog. There was a lion in aforest. It was sleeping under a tree near a pond. Suddenly a noise was heared.The lion was disturbed by the noise. It awake from its sleep. The noise wascontinuously coming from the pond. So the lion was annoyed as it was not able tosleep. There was frog in the pond. The lion came to know the frog has made thenoise. It roared at the frog and the frog was frightened. It angrily jumped intothe pond to catch the frog. Then the frog realised its mistake and tried toescape from the lion. But the lion caught the frog and killed it.MORAL : Don’t play with the leaders.
A Moral Story : The Foolish Wolf’s FluteLet us enjoy reading this story of The Foolish Wolf’s Flute. There was a largeflock of sheep grazing on a lawn.A wolf stealthily stole a lamb. The lamb tried hard to get away but it could not.As the wolf was about to kill the lamb, an idea struck in the lambs mind. Thelamb pleaded, "Oh wolf! I know that I am going to die now. Will you be kindenough to fulfil my last wish?" The wolf asked, "What is your last wish?" Thelamb replied, "I am fond of music. Before I die, I wish to hear you play theflute." The wolf agreed and played the flute. When the wolf stopped the lambsaid, "Oh! what beautiful music! Will you playa bit louder, please? You play farbetter than my shepherd”.The wolf was pleased by the flattery and started toplay louder. In the mean time, the shepherd and the dogs who were in search ofthe missing lamb heard the sound. They came running and caught hold of thewolf. The lamb happily trotted away to his flock.MORAL : If there is a will there is a way.
A Moral Story : The Lion and The MouseLet us enjoy reading this story of The Lion and The Mouse. A lion was sleepingin a forest. A mouse started playing on it. The lion was disturbed and arosefrom his sleep. It caught up the mouse angrily and tried to crush it to death.Then the mouse prayed the lion to leave him off and assured that it would helphim when it needed. The lion laughed at it and let him off. One day the lion wascaught in a net spread by a hunter. It roared and tried to escape but in vain.The mouse heared the lions roaring and came there. It started cutting the netwith its teeth. The lion escaped and thanked the mouse.MORAL : Everything has its own value.
A Moral Story : Two Silly GoatsLet us enjoy reading this story of Two Silly Goats. There lived two silly goats ina village.There was a narrow bridge over a river in the village. One day, the goats wantedto cross the bridge.One silly goat was on one side.The other one was on the other side.One of them said, “I shall go first. Allow me to pass.”The other goat said, “No. I must cross first. You move aside.”Neither of them yielded.At last, they came to the middle of the bridge.They began to fight terribly.As they were fighting, both of them fell into the river and were drowned.MORAL : Love your neighbours.
A Moral Story : The Poor Man’s WealthLet us enjoy reading this story of The Poor Man’s Wealth. Ramchand andPremchand were neighbours. Ramchand was a poor farmer. Premchand was alandlord. Ramchand used to be very relaxed and happy. He never bothered toclose the doors and windows of his house at night. He had deep sound sleeps.Although he had no money he was peaceful. Premchand used to be very tensealways. He was very keen to close the doors and windows of his house at night.He could not sleep well. He was always bothered that someone might break openhis safes and steal away his money. He envied the peaceful Ramchand.Premchand used to be very tense always. He was very keen to close the doorsand windows of his house at night. He could not sleep well. He was alwaysbothered that someone might break open his safes and steal away his money.He envied the peaceful Ramchand. Ramchand was overwhelmingly happy. He wasjoyful throughout the day. Night came. Ramchand went to bed as usual. But, to-day, he could not sleep. He went and closed the doors and windows. He stillcould not sleep. He began to keep on looking at the box of cash. The whole nighthe was disturbed. As soon as day broke, Ramchand took the box of cash toPremchand. He gave away the box to Premchand saying,“Dear Friend, I am poor. But, your money took away peace from me. Please bearwith me and take back your money.”MORAL : Money can not get everything.
A Moral Story : The Greedy LionLet us enjoy reading this story of The Greedy Lion. It was a hot summer day. Alion was feeling very hungry. He came out of his den and searched here andthere. He could find only a small hare. He caught the hare with some hesitation."This hare cannot fill my tummy" thought the lion. As the lion was about to killthe hare, a deer ran that way. The lion became greedy. He thought, "Instead ofeating this small hare, let me eat the big deer". He let the hare go and wentbehind the deer. But the deer had vanished into the forest. The lion now feltsorry for letting the hare off.MORAL : A bird in hand is worth two in the bush.