Grapes are sour
All the prophets, saints, preachers, sages, philosophers, intellectuals and scholars have taught morality through their sermons, ideas and philosophies. Our Holy Prophet (SAW) said “The greatest amongst ye is the one whose manners are the best”.
Grapes are sour
Since the very inception of time, morality has been of vital worth. This is because it lays the foundations for civilization. Every religion lays stress on morality. All the prophets, saints, preachers, sages, philosophers, intellectuals and scholars have taught morality through their sermons, ideas and philosophies. Our Holy Prophet (SAW) said “The greatest amongst ye is the one whose manners are the best”. To teach morality is really a noble occupation. The easiest and the primitive way to propagate morality is to teach it through stories, Aesop, centuries ago, did this job so effectively that even in this era of science, we still teach morality through his stories.
Once upon a time, a hungry fox was itinerant approximately here and there penetrating for food. Because of food shortage, he was sentiment puny and exhausted. Providentially, he came to a backyard where he saw a grape-vine weighed down with gathering of grapes they give the impression of being pretty ready and luscious.
The fox looked at the grapes with wish eyes and conquer his mouth. But the bunches were as well far above the ground for him and he was emotion feeble. Consequently he sat down for at the same time as to obtain some rest. On sentiment invigorated, he bound as far above the ground as he could, to acquire at the grapes. But he unsuccessful to reach them.
Then he another time rested for some time and complete another daring effort, other than was unsuccessful for the next time.
Compulsory to provide up tiresome any longer, he immediately saunter absent and as an alternative of compliant his breakdown, he statement "the grapes come into view to be grown and succulent, but at the present I observe them to be moderately sour."
This story, therefore, demonstrate that, people normally detestation what they can't acquire.