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A Mouse And A Lion

A Mouse And A Lion

Once there was a strong lion in a big jungle in India. It was midday. The lion was sleeping under a tree. A mouse was playing near him.

The mouse started to play on the lion's body. The pulled the lion's whiskers. The lion woke up and caught the small mouse in his hand. The lion wanted to kill the mouse. The mouse was much afraid of him and said, "I am very sorry. Please forgive me." The lion felt pity on him and set him free. While moving away, the mouse promised to help the lion. The lion said, "You baby, you can help the lion? and laughed at him."

A few days later while the mouse was moving around, he saw a lion under a strong net. He went near the lion and noticed that it was the same lion. The lion was badly trapped. The mouse said, "Good morning , sir. Please, don't worry. I'll help you." Then the mouse started cutting the net with his sharp teeth. At last the lion was set free. Then the lion with the happy tears said, "Thank you, my little friend." And he shook hand with the mouse. After that they became very good friends and lived happily together in the forest.

We shouldn't look down anybody.

Extract: 30 Wise Moral Stories


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