The Fox without a Tail
Once there was a clever fox in a certain jungle. One day, while he was walking through the jungle, he fell into a trap. He could come out of the trap but, unfortunately, he left his tail behind. Without his tail, Mr. Fox looked strange. He also felt ashamed. Then he hit upon a plan and called the other foxes of the jungle in a meeting. He wanted to trick them telling that their tails were ugly and dirty. So tails were useless to them. He also told the foxes that he himself had cur his tail with a knife and every fox should follow his example. At first, some of the foxes agreed to his proposal but, finally, the Old Wise Fox of the group could understand Mr. Fox’s trick and disclosed his wicked plan to everybody. Then all could understand that Mr. Fox had not cut but lost his tail falling into trap and only he is looking ugly now. At last, to the teasing of all the foxes, the sly fox ran away from that place. Actually Mr. Fox was clever but not wise.
There’s nothing wrong with anger provided you use it constructively.
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