The Fox and The Leopard
Once upon a time, a Fox and a Leopard were very good friends. On one bright summer afternoon, after a delicious lunch, both were relaxing under The Shadow of a wide-spreading tree.
They were entertaining themselves through disputing on each other’s beauty. The Leopard was crushed in proud about his spotted and shiny coat. But made disappointing comments on Fox’s Beauty, and further declared it quite generic.
The Fox showed his fine and furry tail with white tip to pride. But, he was enough clever to know that, he could never defeat The Leopard in Beauty. Still, he kept on flow of sarcastic, just to use his intelligence and revel arguing.
But in the end, The Fox just clearly said, “You might have a pretty dotted coat, but it would be better enough if you deal with little more intelligence in your head and less in your ribs like me.
That’s what, I call actual beauty!” and convinced The Reality to The Leopard.
This interesting story has a very meaningful moral that is:
A Fine Coat is not a Sign to a Good and Attractive Mind always.
The Fox and The Leopard is one of The Famous Aesop’s Fable, numbered as 12 in The Perry Index. “The Fox and The Leopard” is alternatively titled as, “The Leopard and The Fox”.
Aesop wrote and published this story. This story consists of a Leopard who introduces his beauty to The Fox and ignores The Fox’s beauty. But later on, The Fox told him The Reality.
Also, earlier versions of this story are available, but each of them describes this lesson.
Every Time is Story Time
By story, we can grow our creativity of mind because every story has a moral. And if we learn, more we can learn new and good things. That is why you tell these all Stories to your children and tell them their Morals because, by morals, children can learn new and unique things. You can learn morals by reading it loudly. So, why are you waiting for? Tell The Story of The Wolf and The Crane to your child and tell him the Moral of this Story.