To beat one’s own drum – Aesop’s Fables

One day a person came to Easop. He gave him a book. The writings were very bad. The man wanted to tell about himself.

The man wished that he would hear that Aesop would say about his writings. He told – “I have told every thing about myself. I should show that these are not my own imaginations.”

Aesop could not find any word to tell. So bad writings how to read them properly? But he should have some remarks. He said, “I may support your writings. It is a work of you. Because no other person can write theses words for you.”


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