The Two Pots
Once upon a time, there were two pots, one of brass and another of clay, put together on a hearth. One day, the brass pot offered the clay pot to move together outside in the world.
However, the earthen pot began to excuse himself and said, “It would make sense to me for being in the corner with fire, because it will take me so little time to break. You know how much fragile I am and at the least jerk is much to shatter me!”
The brass pot insisted, “I cannot let you stay at home alone, I will certainly care you well. If we faced any hard on the way, I will step between and save you!”
Therefore, finally, the earthen pot agreed, and both set out side-by-side, jerking side with the first three stubby legs and then collide with each other at every step. This type of companionship could not suffered by the earthen path for very long.
They had not walked ten steps that the earthen pot cracked, at next, jolted, and flew in thousand pieces.
This interesting story has a very meaningful moral that is:
Equals makes the best friends.
The Two Pots is one of The Famous Aesop’s Fable, numbered as 378 in The Perry Index. “The Two Pots” is alternatively titled as, “The Brass Pot and The Earthen Pot”. Aesop wrote and published this story in 1867.
Also, earlier versions of the 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 Two Pots to your child and tell him the Moral of this Story.