Nobody Believes A Liar
Once there was a cowboy. He was very wicked. He used to befool others by telling lies to people. He often cried out, “Wolf! ‘Wolf!” The kind-hearted villagers heard his cry and rushed to the spot with sticks to save the cowboy. But when they came near, they found no wolf and the cowboy laughed at them. After a few days, the boy made the same fun. The villagers again ran to the field. But they found no wolf and the boy laughed at them. The villagers became very angry and advised the boy not to make this kind of fun. But one day a wolf really came. It started to kill the cows one by one. The cowboy was frightened. He shouted and shouted, “Wolf! Wolf! Help! Help!” But none came. The villagers heard him but thought that the boy was again making fun of them. The wolf killed a number of his cows and then killed the cowboy. So, we should never make fun of telling lies.
Story on Lie Brings Danger
Every day a shepherd boy was sent with a flock of sheep near a forest. It was indeed a lonely place. There was no companion with him. He often made fun with the villagers by shouting “Wolf! Wolf! Help!” Hearing this, the villagers run to help him. But there was no wolf. The boy laughed at them. The foolish boy made the same fun once again by shouting “Wolf! Wolf!” The villagers run to help him but found no wolf. They understood the trick of the boy. They returned home. But one day a wolf really came. The boy shouted for help. But the villagers thought it to be his old trick again. They did not come. The wolf killed the sheep and devoured the boy. Thus, a liar met his death.
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