Friday, July 18, 2014

Aesop's Fables: The Fox with the cut tail

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A trap a Fox had cut that tail, I was so embarrassed, he considered his life horrible and humiliating, which decided that the solution would be to advise the other sisters also cut the tail, to disguise as well with general equality, personal failing.
He met then all her friends, telling them that the tail was not only an added ugly, but also a load without reason.
But one of them took the floor and said:
-Hey sister, if it wasn't for your convenience from now, would we give in fact this Council?

Beware of those who give advice in search of their own benefit, and not really do good.

Translated for educational purposes

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