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The Lion and the Mouse

The Lion and the Mouse

Once upon a time, there was a mighty lion who ruled over the jungle. The lion was very proud of his strength and often showed it off to the other animals. One day, a tiny mouse accidentally stumbled upon the lion's den and woke him up.

Lion: "What is this? Who dares to enter my territory?"

Mouse: "Oh, please forgive me, Your Majesty. I did not mean to disturb you. I was just passing by."

Lion: "How dare you come here without permission? You should be punished for your insolence."

Mouse: "Please don't punish me, Your Majesty. I promise I will never do it again. Please have mercy on me."

Lion: "Very well, I will let you go this time. But remember, if you ever come back here, I will not be so forgiving."

Mouse: "Thank you, Your Majesty. I will never forget your kindness."

Several days later, the lion was out hunting when he got caught in a hunter's trap.

Lion: "Help! Help! Someone please help me!"

Mouse: "Who is calling for help? Oh, it is the lion. I must go and see what is wrong."

Mouse: "What happened, Your Majesty? Why are you in this trap?"

Lion: "I got caught in this hunter's trap, and I can't get out. Please help me, little mouse."

Mouse: "Don't worry, Your Majesty. I will help you."

The mouse gnawed at the ropes of the trap until the lion was able to break free.

Lion: "Thank you, little mouse. You saved my life. I didn't realize that a small creature like you could be so helpful."

Mouse: "It was my pleasure, Your Majesty. We should always help each other, no matter our size!

Moral of the Story: Kindness and help can come from the most unexpected places. No matter how small or insignificant someone may seem, they can still make a big difference in someone's life. We should never underestimate the power of kindness and always be willing to lend a helping hand.

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