The Fox and the Leopard
Once upon a time, a fox and a leopard coexisted in a deep forest. They were crafty and cunning, constantly searching for their next prey.
The fox and the leopard came across a stag one day while they were out hunting. The fox and the leopard were aware that they would struggle to capture the stag on their own because of his strength and speed.
So they made the decision to cooperate to capture the stag. The leopard trailed closely behind, ready to pounce at any time on the stag while the fox took the lead, dodging and darting through the underbrush.
The deer unexpectedly turned and fled, leaving the fox and the leopard without a kill. Just when they thought they had the stag cornered.
That was a waste of time, the leopard complained. We ought to have pursued our own prey while working independently.
The fox retorted, "But by working together, we had a higher chance of getting the stag. We shouldn't give up so quickly, she said.
The lesson of the narrative is that when we cooperate, we can do more than we can while acting independently. In the face of difficulties, it's critical to be tenacious and not give up quickly.