THE FOX AND THE LIONESS
Foxes deliver many babies at a time, while the lioness delivers one or two cubs at a time. A fox was too proud of its litter of babies. She said to the lioness, “Look at me, I breed so many children. I just feel pity on you. You usually breed just one cub”. The lioness replied, “I am happy that I breed just one cub. I am happy that my cub is very well bred and grows to become a fearless and all powerful creature. Your babies grow up to become somewhat meek and cunning foxes”. The moral of the story is, “A single person who has remarkable strength and wisdom is superior than a group of weak and foolish persons”.