The Hares and the Frogs
Once upon a time, a bunch of hares were reclining in a verdant meadow filled with tall grass and bright wildflowers, enjoying the warm sun and the soft wind.
The hares heard a peculiar sound emanating from a nearby pond, which sounded like a chorus of tiny voices singing and chirping simultaneously.
Curious, the hares went to investigate and discovered a pond filled with croaking, singing frogs having a great time.
The hares decided they would like to participate after becoming a little jealous of the frogs' enjoyment. So they dove in and started swimming and playing with the frogs.
The hares quickly understood, though, that they were not made for swimming as they splashed around and had fun. They had trouble moving through the water because to their lengthy legs and large feet, and they found it challenging to keep up with the quick and slender frogs.
The hares eventually made the decision to give up and return to the meadow after becoming weary and disappointed. They came to the conclusion that sticking to their strengths—running and jumping on land—was the best course of action for them.
The lesson of the story is that we should be aware of our strengths and weaknesses and concentrate on our areas of expertise. We should seek to develop and utilise the skills and talents that come naturally to us rather than attempting to do things that are beyond of our capabilities. In order to avoid trying to achieve things that are beyond our capabilities, we should constantly aim to do what we are good at.