The Fox and the Stork
In the past, there was a fox who resided in the woodland and had a penchant for deceiving his neighbors. He once served a soup in a shallow dish to a stork that was invited to supper.
The stork attempted to eat the soup, but her long beak kept getting in the way and prevented her from going all the way to the bottom. She left the fox's house, hungry and frustrated, without taking a bite.
The stork served the fox soup in a tall, narrow jar the following day and invited him to dinner. With his short snout, the fox was unable to reach the soup despite his best efforts.
The fox questioned why the soup was served in such a tall jar. "I can't get a drop at all!"
stork responded, "I gave it to you just like you gave it to me yesterday. You should, just like I did, have the opportunity to understand what it's like to go without food."
The moral of the story is that we should always treat others with kindness and respect and refrain from tricking or misleading them. Instead of thinking exclusively of ourselves, it is crucial to be fair and thoughtful to others.