Moral Of The Story | Moral Of The Story The Farmer And The Stork | THE FARMER AND THE STORK|

Moral Of The Story | Moral Of The Story The Farmer And The Stork | THE FARMER AND THE STORK|

Moral Of The Story | Moral Of The Story The Farmer And The Stork | THE FARMER AND THE STORK|

Moral Of The Story | Moral Of The Story The Farmer And The Stork | THE FARMER AND THE STORK|

★Finding that cranes were destroying his newly sown corn, a farmer one evening set a net in his field to catch the destructive birds. When he went to examine the net next morning he found a number of cranes and also a stork.

★“Release me, I beseech you,” cried the stork, “for I have eaten none of your corn, nor have I done you any harm. I am a poor innocent stork, as you may see - a most dutiful bird, I honor my father and mother. I...”

Moral Of The Story The Farmer And The Stork | THE FARMER AND THE STORK

★But the farmer cut him short. “All this may be true enough, I dare say, but I have caught you with those were destroying my crops, and you must suffer with the company in which you are found.”
People are judged by the company they keep.

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