Top Best Moral Stories: The Ant and the Chrysalis
An Ant deftly running about in the daylight looking for nourishment came
over a Chrysalis that was exceptionally close to its season of progress. The
Chrysalis moved its tail, and along these lines pulled in the consideration of the Ant,
who at that point saw just because that it was alive. “Poor, pitiable
creature!” cried the Ant scornfully. “What a dismal destiny is yours!
While I can run here and thither, at my pleasure, and, in the event that I wish,
rise the tallest tree, you lie detained here in your shell, with
power just to move a joint or two of your flaky tail.” The Chrysalis
heard this, yet didn’t attempt to make any answer. A couple of days after,
at the point when the Ant passed that way once more, only the shell remained.
Considering what had happened to its substance, he felt himself out of nowhere
concealed and fanned by the flawless wings of an excellent Butterfly.
presently of your forces to run and move as long as you can get me to
what’s more, high up on the mid year breeze, was before long lost to seeing the
Subterranean insect until the end of time, Moral of the Stories.
The Woodman and the Serpent
One snowy day a Woodman was tramping home from his work when
he saw something dark lying on the day off. At the point when he came nearer he
what’s more, put it in his chest to warm while he rushed home. When
he got inside he put the Serpent down on the hearth before the
fire. The youngsters watched it and saw it gradually wake up
once more. At that point one of them stooped down to stroke it, however thc
Snake raised its head and put out its teeth and was going to
sting the kid to death. So the Woodman held onto his hatchet, and with
one stroke cut the Serpent in two. “Ok,” said he, Moral of the Stories