Fables for children. The horse and the donkey

Fables for children. The horse and the donkey

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A fable is a short story that contains ateaching message or moral to teach children different values, such as the story 'The horse and the donkey'. offers a fable that teaches children to help honest people. If we don't reach out, we may be hurting ourselves. A good way to entertain and at the same time educate children in values.

One man had one horse and one donkey.

One day when they were both on their way to town, the donkey, feeling tired, said to the horse:

- Take a part of my load if you are interested in my life.

The horse playing deaf said nothing to the donkey.

Hours later, the donkey fell victim to fatigue, and died on the spot.

Then the owner threw the entire load on the horse, including the donkey's hide. And the horse, sighing, said:

- What bad luck I have! Because I didn't want to carry a light bundle, now I have to carry everything, and even with the skin of the ass on top!

MORALEJA: Every time you don't reach out to help your neighbor who honestly asks you, without noticing it at that moment, you are actually hurting yourself.

If you know any other fable for children and want to share it with us and the other parents, we will be delighted to receive it.

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