Aesop's Fables: The Fox and the farmer man

Aesop's Fables
and classic Fables

Aesop's Fables with lessons and morals

There was a man who hated a slut because it caused some damage occasionally.
After much trying, he could finally catch it, and looking for revenge on her, he tied him to tail a wick soaked in oil and lit him on fire.
But God took the Fox to the fields cultivated by man.
It was the era in which is was ready for the product and the labrador following the Fox collection, watched crying, how to pass it through their fields, burned all their production.

Try to be understanding and forgiving, because it always happens that the evil that we generate, late or early returns against our.

Translated for educational purposes

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