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"The Porcupine & the Snakes" Children Story by Aesop's Fables

"The Porcupine & the Snakes" Children Story by Aesop's Fables children stories  A Porcupine was looking for a good home. At last he found a little sheltered cave, where lived a family of Snakes. He asked them to let him share the cave with them, and the Snakes kindly consented.  The Snakes soon wished they had not given him permission to stay. His sharp quills pricked them at every turn, and at last they politely asked him to leave.  "I am very well satisfied, thank you," said the Porcupine. "I intend to stay right here." And with that, he politely escorted the Snakes out of doors. And to save their skins, the Snakes had to look for another home. short story moral : Give a finger and lose a hand.

"The Fox & the Monkey" Children Story by Aesop's Fables

"The Fox & the Monkey" Children Story by Aesop's Fables children stories  At a great meeting of the Animals, who had gathered to elect a new ruler, the Monkey was asked to dance. This he did so well, with a thousand funny capers and grimaces, that the Animals were carried entirely off their feet with enthusiasm, and then and there, elected him their king.  The Fox did not vote for the Monkey and was much disgusted with the Animals for electing so unworthy a ruler.  One day he found a trap with a bit of meat in it. Hurrying to King Monkey, he told him he had found a rich treasure, which he had not touched because it belonged by right to his majesty the Monkey.  The greedy Monkey followed the Fox to the trap. As soon as he saw the meat he grasped eagerly for it, only to find himself held fast in the trap. The Fox stood off and laughed.  "You pretend to be our king," he said, "and cannot even take care of yourself!"  Shortly after that, another electi

"The Flies & the Honey" Children Story by Aesop's Fables

"The Flies & the Honey" Children Story by Aesop's Fables children stories  A jar of honey was upset and the sticky sweetness flowed out on the table. The sweet smell of the honey soon brought a large number of Flies buzzing around. They did not wait for an invitation. No, indeed; they settled right down, feet and all, to gorge themselves. The Flies were quickly smeared from head to foot with honey. Their wings stuck together. They could not pull their feet out of the sticky mass. And so they died, giving their lives for the sake of a taste of sweetness. short story moral : Be not greedy for a little passing pleasure. It may destroy you.

"The Stag, the Sheep, & the Wolf" Children Story by Aesop's Fables

"The Stag, the Sheep, & the Wolf" Children Story by Aesop's Fables Children stories  One day a Stag came to a Sheep and asked her to lend him a measure of wheat. The Sheep knew him for a very swift runner, who could easily take himself out of reach, were he so inclined. So she asked him if he knew someone who would answer for him.  "Yes, yes," answered the Stag confidently, "the Wolf has promised to be my surety."  "The Wolf!" exclaimed the Sheep indignantly. "Do you think I would trust you on such security? I know the Wolf! He takes what he wants and runs off with it without paying. As for you, you can use your legs so well that I should have little chance of collecting the debt if I had to catch you for it!" short story moral : Two blacks do not make a white.

AGATSYA-the story teller

                        Once in a city a family of four members were there, in that family father was a college principal and a mother and 2 kids. One of those kid’s story was this, his name was Agatsya he was quite active at his childhood later he became composed and start using fake smile for his conversations.                          We can also say that he became an introvert as he grown up, because of this he wasn’t made good friends or friend circle, he used to carry a lot of thoughts in his mind, he used to look cool for all and he also look like he had good social skills but his pain and loneliness were not known to anyone including his family.                        His emotions were never been exploited, in college he fell in love by seeing a girl but he didn’t express it to her so his love didn’t worked-out and he stayed single and he never liked to be an engineer but he never ignored his studies, he likes writing and he also had a great passion for poetry in Telugu

"Mercury & the Woodman" children short story by Aesop's Fables

"Mercury & the Woodman" children short story by Aesop's Fables children stories  A poor Woodman was cutting down a tree near the edge of a deep pool in the forest. It was late in the day and the Woodman was tired. He had been working since sunrise and his strokes were not so sure as they had been early that morning. Thus it happened that the axe slipped and flew out of his hands into the pool.  The Woodman was in despair. The axe was all he possessed with which to make a living, and he had not money enough to buy a new one. As he stood wringing his hands and weeping, the god Mercury suddenly appeared and asked what the trouble was. The Woodman told what had happened, and straightway the kind Mercury dived into the pool. When he came up again he held a wonderful golden axe.  "Is this your axe?" Mercury asked the Woodman.  "No," answered the honest Woodman, "that is not my axe."  Mercury laid the golden axe on the bank and sprang back into

"The Mouse & the Weasel" Children's Short Story by Aesop's Fables

"The Mouse & the Weasel" Children's Short Story by Aesop's Fables Children's Short Stories  A little hungry Mouse found his way one day into a basket of corn. He had to squeeze himself a good deal to get through the narrow opening between the strips of the basket. But the corn was tempting and the Mouse was determined to get in. When at last he had succeeded, he gorged himself to bursting. Indeed he he became about three times as big around the middle as he was when he went in.  At last he felt satisfied and dragged himself to the opening to get out again. But the best he could do was to get his head out. So there he sat groaning and moaning, both from the discomfort inside him and his anxiety to escape from the basket.  Just then a Weasel came by. He understood the situation quickly.  "My friend," he said, "I know what you've been doing. You've been stuffing. That's what you get. You will have to stay there till you feel just like y

"The Goose & the Golden Egg" Kid's Short Story by Aesop's Fables

"The Goose & the Golden Egg" Kid's Short Story by Aesop's Fables Kid's Short Stories  There was once a Countryman who possessed the most wonderful Goose you can imagine, for every day when he visited the nest, the Goose had laid a beautiful, glittering, golden egg.  The Countryman took the eggs to market and soon began to get rich. But it was not long before he grew impatient with the Goose because she gave him only a single golden egg a day. He was not getting rich fast enough.  Then one day, after he had finished counting his money, the idea came to him that he could get all the golden eggs at once by killing the Goose and cutting it open. But when the deed was done, not a single golden egg did he find, and his precious Goose was dead. Those who have plenty want more and so lose all they have.

"The Rabbit, the Weasel & the Cat" kid's short story by Aesop's Fables

"The Rabbit, the Weasel & the Cat" kid's short story by Aesop's Fables kid's short stories  A Rabbit left his home one day for a dinner of clover. But he forgot to latch the door of his house and while he was gone a Weasel walked in and calmly made himself at home. When the Rabbit returned, there was the Weasel's nose sticking out of the Rabbit's own doorway, sniffing the fine air.  The Rabbit was quite angry—for a Rabbit—, and requested the Weasel to move out. But the Weasel was perfectly content. He was settled down for good.  A wise old Cat heard the dispute and offered to settle it.  "Come close to me," said the Cat, "I am very deaf. Put your mouths close to my ears while you tell me the facts."  The unsuspecting pair did as they were told and in an instant the Cat had them both under her claws. No one could deny that the dispute had been definitely settled. The strong are apt to settle questions to their own advantage.

"The Dog in the Manger " kid's short story by Aesop's Fables

"The Dog in the Manger" kid's short story by Aesop's Fables kid's short stories  A Dog asleep in a manger filled with hay, was awakened by the Cattle, which came in tired and hungry from working in the field. But the Dog would not let them get near the manger, and snarled and snapped as if it were filled with the best of meat and bones, all for himself.  The Cattle looked at the Dog in disgust. "How selfish he is!" said one. "He cannot eat the hay and yet he will not let us eat it who are so hungry for it!"  Now the farmer came in. When he saw how the Dog was acting, he seized a stick and drove him out of the stable with many a blow for his selfish behavior. Do not grudge others what you cannot enjoy yourself.

"A Raven & a Swan" kid's story by Aesop's Fables

"A Raven & a Swan" kid's story by Aesop's Fables kid's stories A Raven, which you know is black as coal, was envious of the Swan, because her feathers were as white as the purest snow. The foolish bird got the idea that if he lived like the Swan, swimming and diving all day long and eating the weeds and plants that grow in the water, his feathers would turn white like the Swan's. So he left his home in the woods and fields and flew down to live on the lakes and in the marshes. But though he washed and washed all day long, almost drowning himself at it, his feathers remained as black as ever. And as the water weeds he ate did not agree with him, he got thinner and thinner, and at last he died. A change of habits will not alter nature.

"The Ass Carrying the Image" kid's story by Aesop's Fables

"The Ass Carrying the Image" kid's story by Aesop's Fables kid's stories A sacred Image was being carried to the temple. It was mounted on an Ass adorned with garlands and gorgeous trappings, and a grand procession of priests and pages followed it through the streets. As the Ass walked along, the people bowed their heads reverently or fell on their knees, and the Ass thought the honor was being paid to himself. With his head full of this foolish idea, he became so puffed up with pride and vanity that he halted and started to bray loudly. But in the midst of his song, his driver guessed what the Ass had got into his head, and began to beat him unmercifully with a stick. "Go along with you, you stupid Ass," he cried. "The honor is not meant for you but for the image you are carrying." Do not try to take the credit to yourself that is due to others.

"The Boys & the Frogs" kid's story by Aesop's Fables

"The Boys & the Frogs" kid's story by Aesop's Fables kid's stories Some Boys were playing one day at the edge of a pond in which lived a family of Frogs. The Boys amused themselves by throwing stones into the pond so as to make them skip on top of the water. The stones were flying thick and fast and the Boys were enjoying themselves very much; but the poor Frogs in the pond were trembling with fear. At last one of the Frogs, the oldest and bravest, put his head out of the water, and said, "Oh, please, dear children, stop your cruel play! Though it may be fun for you, it means death to us!" Always stop to think whether your fun may not be the cause of another's unhappiness.

"The Frogs Who Wished for a King" short story by Aesop's Fables

"The Frogs Who Wished for a King" short story by Aesop's Fables short stories The Frogs were tired of governing themselves. They had so much freedom that it had spoiled them, and they did nothing but sit around croaking in a bored manner and wishing for a government that could entertain them with the pomp and display of royalty, and rule them in a way to make them know they were being ruled. No milk and water government for them, they declared. So they sent a petition to Jupiter asking for a king. Jupiter saw what simple and foolish creatures they were, but to keep them quiet and make them think they had a king he threw down a huge log, which fell into the water with a great splash. The Frogs hid themselves among the reeds and grasses, thinking the new king to be some fearful giant. But they soon discovered how tame and peaceable King Log was. In a short time the younger Frogs were using him for a diving platform, while the older Frogs made him a meeting place, where they

Why did Russia invade Ukraine?Know, the reason for the war between Russia and Ukraine!

Why did Russia invade Ukraine?Know, the reason for the war between Russia and Ukraine! ukraine russia war reason latest update Today you should also understand that why is this war happening?  What does Russia need from Ukraine?  This whole dispute with Ukraine is about whether Ukraine will become a member of NATO countries or not.  Ukraine wants to become a member of NATO countries.  He wants to be with NATO.  In the year 2008, NATO countries decided that they could consider including Ukraine in their military organization and then a committee was also formed for this.  But at that time so much pressure was put on Ukraine by Russia that it had to withdraw from this agreement and then this deal could not be done and since then Ukraine has been trying to join NATO countries at different times and it has made an effort to join NATO countries.  A similar attempt was made at the end of the year 2021, on which Russia objected very strongly and Russia does not accept that its neighboring cou

"The Jackal" short story

"The Jackal" short story By Charles Dickens short stories Those were drinking days, and most men drank hard. So very great is the improvement Time has brought about in such habits, that a moderate statement of the quantity of wine and punch which one man would swallow in the course of a night, without any detriment to his reputation as a perfect gentleman, would seem, in these days, a ridiculous exaggeration. The learned profession of the law was certainly not behind any other learned profession in its Bacchanalian propensities; neither was Mr. Stryver, already fast shouldering his way to a large and lucrative practice, behind his compeers in this particular, any more than in the drier parts of the legal race. A favourite at the Old Bailey, and eke at the Sessions, Mr. Stryver had begun cautiously to hew away the lower staves of the ladder on which he mounted. Sessions and Old Bailey had now to summon their favourite, specially, to their longing arms; and shouldering itself t


"AVARICIOUS AND ENVIOUS" short story by Aesop's Fables short stories Two neighbors came before Jupiter and prayed him to grant their hearts’ desire. Now the one was full of avarice, and the other eaten up with envy. So to punish them both, Jupiter granted that each might have whatever he wished for himself, but only on condition that his neighbor had twice as much. The Avaricious man prayed to have a room full of gold. No sooner said than done; but all his joy was turned to grief when he found that his neighbor had two rooms full of the precious metal. Then came the turn of the Envious man, who could not bear to think that his neighbor had any joy at all. So he prayed that he might have one of his own eyes put out, by which means his companion would become totally blind. short story moral : Vices are their own punishment.

"Hundreds of People" short story

"Hundreds of People" short story By Charles Dickens short stories The quiet lodgings of Doctor Manette were in a quiet street-corner not far from Soho-square. On the afternoon of a certain fine Sunday when the waves of four months had rolled over the trial for treason, and carried it, as to the public interest and memory, far out to sea, Mr. Jarvis Lorry walked along the sunny streets from Clerkenwell where he lived, on his way to dine with the Doctor. After several relapses into business-absorption, Mr. Lorry had become the Doctor's friend, and the quiet street-corner was the sunny part of his life.  On this certain fine Sunday, Mr. Lorry walked towards Soho, early in the afternoon, for three reasons of habit. Firstly, because, on fine Sundays, he often walked out, before dinner, with the Doctor and Lucie; secondly, because, on unfavourable Sundays, he was accustomed to be with them as the family friend, talking, reading, looking out of window, and generally getting thro