There was a peacock who often boasted about his beauty. Everyday he walked to the banks of a large lake and look at his own reflections and say “Oh! What a beautiful bird l am! Look at my colorful tail!”.
Once the peacock saw a crane on the banks of the lake. He said with a sneer to the crane, “What a colorless bird you are! You have no beautiful and colorful feathers like mine”.
The crane replied, “Of course! I don’t have beautiful feathers. But my feathers can make me fly across the lake. Can your feathers But, make you fly?”. There was no reply from the Peacock.
IT IS BETTER TO BE USEFUL THAN TO BE BEAUTIFUL
Two women were brought before King Solomon. Both these women had a quarrel over a single baby. Each woman was saying that she was the baby’s mother.
One lady said, “Oh king! I am the baby’s mother”.
The other lady said, “On king! Believe her not. She is not the mother. I am the mother of the child”.
King Solomon was confused. After a deep thought he said, “Cut the baby into two and give one part to each mother. One woman was silent. The other cried ‘Oh king! Let she have the baby. Let the baby live”. The king gave the child to the crying mother.
TRUTH ALWAYS TRIUMPHS
Sheba, the queen of jungle, was very fond of babies. Once, she announced, “1 order all animals to come to my palace with their babies. The animal who has the most beautiful baby will be awarded a prize”.
All animals came to Sheba’s palace with their babies. Sheba was inspecting. She came to a monkey and said, “What an ugly baby! You will not get the prize.
The baby monkey started to cry. The monkey said, “What a foolish queen she is! Who wants her prize! You are my jewel, my dear child. You are more precious than anything under the sky”.
MOTHER’S LOVE HAS NO EQUALS
A wolf was walking in the countryside. He found a sheepskin spread on the ground. He thought, “I wear this skin and get mixed up in a flock. The shepherd will not suspect me. At night, I will kill a stout sheep and then take him away with me”.
The wolf covered himself with the sheepskin and get mixed up with a flock of sheep. As he had expected, the shepherd took him for a sheep and shut him also in the pen. The wolf was waiting at night.
The shepherd had a feast that night. He sent a servant to fetch a fat sheep. The servant saw the sheepskin covered wolf by chance. That night, the guests had the wolf for supper.
EVIL THOUGHTS HAVE EVIL ENDS