The Lion and The Mouse : A Moral Story
Once upon a time, a lion lived in a forest. There were hot summer days with high temperatures. The Lion was exhausted by the heat. He was asleep under the shade of an oak tree. One of the naughty Mouse came up there. After seeing the Lion asleep, the Mouse began to run across his body.
Mouse was still holding the Lion hair and was hanging onto it. Then the tail of the Mouse was stuffed inside the Lion’s nose.
The Lion’s sleep was completely shattered. Lion shouted, “Shit!” Curry was sneezing and saw a mouse sprinting away. The Lion was able to press the Mouse’s tail on his paw. The Mouse was very scared. He begged the Lion to allow him to go and told him that you are the King of the Forest. Forgive me for one of my crimes and leave me. I’ll help you whenever you need me!
The Lion laughed and spoke – What can you do to help me? Are you a tiny mouse?
The Mouse again begged with hands. Give me life for a second time. I will cherish your kindness throughout my life. There were tears in the Mouse’s eyes when the Mouse spoke. Seeing the little Mouse crying, The Lion took pity on him. The Lion took the Mouse away.
Then, a few days later, hunters went into the forest to hunt down the big Lion. They set traps to capture the Lion. Then they covered the net in dry leaves. The Lion took an outing from the area. But the Lion fell into a trap that the hunter set. The hunters tied the Lion to the net and hanged the Lion from the tree’s branch.
Then, they set off to locate an enormous cage to hold the Lion. The Lion attempted to jump from the trap, but it didn’t work! Lion, exhausted, began to roar.
The tiny Mouse heard the sound of the Lion’s roar. He heard the voice of Lion. He immediately ran towards the Lion. When he came, he saw the Lion tied in a net on a tree.
The Mouse told the Lion to be patient. Before the hunters come to take you, I’ll cut off the net and let you out of the net! After that, the Mouse was able to climb on the tree. He started cutting the net with her sharp teeth.
The Mouse was able to cut the net, and Lion fell to the ground. He sighed in relief. “Friend,
Thank you so much for your kindness. However, I didn’t care about your kindness because of my ignorance, but now I regret it.