Fables are an entertaining way to instill moral values in children. They are entertaining and entertaining and always carry a moral after them.
There are great fabulists well known as Aesop, or Samaniego, but in Guiainfantil.com you will discover fables more unknown and that were written by great writers like Lessing; this is one of them.
The man, the bee and the sheep is a curious short fable that tells us about the true disinterest in kindness.
Once, when a man was collecting honey from a comb,
a proud Bee he asked arrogantly:
- Is there any animal more benevolent than me?
- Of course there is! - answered the man.
- How? - The bee was scandalized - Surely you were wrong! If not ... tell me his name.
- Sheep she is our greatest benefactress - he replied - because her wool is necessary to us, while your honey is only pleasant.
"That's your opinion," the bug buzzed.
And it has no foundation.
- I'll explain it to you - he answered -: the sheep willingly yields his wool and without creating problems for us; you give us honey,
but instead you are always ready to sting us.
Moral: The goodness it is the virtue that must be valued the most.
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