The Lion and the Mouse

                One day a lion was sleeping in his den. A little mouse was playing nearby. While playing the mouse entered into the lion’s nostril. The sleeping lion rose in rage. He at once caught the lion in his paw. He was going to kill him. The mouse was very much afraid. He prayed to spare his life. He promised to help the lion. The lion took pity on the mouse and let him go. After a few days, the lion was caught in a hunter’s net. He could not free himself. He roared and roared in anger. The mouse heard the lion’s roaring and at once he ran to the spot. He cut the net with his sharp teeth. Soon the lion was free. He thanked the mouse. 

 

Moral: An act of kindness, however small, is never wasted.

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An act of kindness never be wasted.

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