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When trying to impart important moral lessons to kids or adults, short stories are often the best. It not only tickles their imagination but also teaches them about life. Short stories have a way of teaching lessons that makes them more relatable and interesting. The moral lessons from these stories also help shape character and moral compass as they grow old. Therefore, over the next 10 weeks, I will be sharing short stories we can use as a learning tool.

The Hare and the Tortoise

There was once a hare who was friends with a tortoise. One day, he challenged the tortoise to a race. Seeing how slow the tortoise was going, the hare thought he’ll win this easily. So he took a nap while the tortoise kept on going. When the hare woke up, he saw that the tortoise was already at the finish line. Much to his chagrin, the tortoise won the race while he was busy sleeping.

Moral of the story:

There are actually a couple of moral lessons we can learn from this story. The hare teaches that overconfidence can sometimes ruin you. While the tortoise teaches us about the power of perseverance. Even if all the odds are stacked against you, never give up. Sometimes life is not about who’s the fastest or the strongest, it’s about who is the most consistent.

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