A farmer's donkey fell into a well one day. For hours, the animal screamed pitifully as the farmer attempted to figure out what to do. He eventually determined that the animal was elderly and that the well needed to be covered up anyhow. It just wasn't worth it to go back and get the donkey. So the farmer decided not to save him. Ever since then, they don't waste money on expensive medicines for old donkeys.
The affluent guy departs the city before the farmer arrives the next day. He brought his family along. After a few days, the wealthy guy returned home with his family. He was relieved since he had not discovered the farmer waiting outside the house. Everything was fine for a few days. Then the farmer showed up with his cart full of vegetables. The rich man told him to leave but the farmer replied that he needed money to buy food for his family. The rich man refused so the farmer began to pick flowers on his property to make a sign. When the farmer was done, he drove away without paying.
At this point, you might be wondering why the farmer did not just take the rich man's money. Well, here is where the story gets interesting: The farmer was so poor that he had no choice but to go to court to get justice. First, he tried to collect from the man by holding a sale in his yard but nobody wanted to buy his vegetables. Then he went to court where a judge would decide what punishment should be given to the guy who had done wrong to the farmer.
In conclusion, we can say that society needs farmers because they provide food for everyone. But at the same time, we need civilized people who will not take advantage of farmers because only then will there be peace in the world.
The 8 Best Short Moral Stories That Teach Important Lessons
The lesson of the narrative is to assist those in need. The slippers were required by the beggar. They made the correct decision. Gopu Mama could buy another pair of slippers, but the beggar couldn't afford them. We should assist those in need. Even if they are not related to us directly, we should help them any way we can.
The story of a youngster who was always telling falsehoods. He was continually lying to people and making fun of them. He used to take his sheep to graze in the surrounding woodland. He took his flock of sheep to the forest every day to graze. One day the boy lied to his parents saying that he would stay at home alone. In fact, he went to the forest with his friends and they stole the sheep. When his parents asked him where are the sheep, the boy said that he had lost them in the woods. Then his father threw a stick into the river and told the boy to find it when he came back from the forest. The next morning when the boy went to look for the stick, he saw some flowers by the river's edge. They were really beautiful flowers but the boy did not know what kind of flower they were. So, he picked one of the flowers and brought it home. When his father saw the flower, he knew that it was not his stick that the boy had found. Then the father got angry with the boy and told him that if he ever lied to him again, he would beat him. From then on, the boy learned how to tell the truth.
In this story, we are taught that honesty is the best policy. If you tell the truth, others will respect you and will not hurt your feelings. Also, being honest will make you feel good about yourself.
The fox took a few paces back and leapt, just missing the dangling grapes. Moral of the story: It's simple to dislike what you can't have. Nothing comes easily without a lot of effort.
Here are some short stories with moral teachings that your children (and perhaps some adults) would appreciate: Here are some short stories with moral teachings that your children (and perhaps some adults) would appreciate:
A fox spots a bunch of grapes hanging from a branch and decides to eat them to satisfy his thirst in the short story. The fox eventually concludes that the grapes must be sour and confidently, though disappointedly, moves away. The conclusion of the story is that you frequently dislike what you cannot have.