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Story Time: The Tale Of Two Fishes And A Frog
In a lake, there lived many fishes and frogs Two fishes, Sahasrabuddhi and Satabuddhi, were friends with a frog called Ekabuddhi They spent a lot of time together One day, they overheard two fishermen talking about how the lake was a good spot for fishing The fishermen decide to come back the next day for catching fish
In a lake, there lived many fishes and frogs. Two fishes, Sahasrabuddhi and Satabuddhi, were friends with a frog called Ekabuddhi. They spent a lot of time together. One day, they overheard two fishermen talking about how the lake was a good spot for fishing. The fishermen decide to come back the next day for catching fish.
Hearing this frog decided to go away from the lake to save its life. The fishes, however, were arrogant and refused to leave, saying that they can fool the fishermen with their swift movements and tricks. The frog left with its family and the next day, both Sahasrabuddhi and Satabuddhi were caught by the fishermen. Moral: Don’t be overconfident in the face of danger, think of safety first.