The Man, The Horse, And The Ox
It was a severe winter. A horse and an ox went to the house of a human to beat the cold. The man welcomed the animals and took them inside his house. The house was arm with the hearth fire and so the animals felt much relieved. The man gave them food to eat. He gave barley to the horse. He gave a bunch of green grass to the ox. The animals were so grateful for the hospitality of the man that they decided to surrender their whole life to the man. The horse was the first to offer his services, followed by the oxen. That is why it is often said that every man is full of excitement in his youth, like a horse. In the middle ages, every man toils hard like a bull to earn money to provide material comforts to his family members.