The fox who has lost his tail – Aesop’s Fables

A fox was caught in a trap and lost his tail. He was very sad. It was hard to move such body. Every one might rebuke. Lo! death would have been much better than this.

What to do? After thinking a plan came into his mind. He would try his best to make all his specis without tail. Then nobody would be able to rebuke him.

One day he had invited all friends and relatives. In the meeting he said, “Friends, there is no utility of your tail. Why should we carry this? You should cut it down from the rest of your body. Please look at me, how I am? I have cut it. I have become much free.”

One fox stood up and told, “Your words are not bad to listen. But I thought you have some intension behind it.”


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