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Aesop's Fables: The lion and the mouse

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Aesop's Fables
and classic Fables

Aesop's Fables with lessons and morals

I slept calmly a lion, a mouse began to play up his body. The lion woke up and quickly grabbed the mouse; and about to be devoured, asked this that forgive you, promising to pay duly arrived timely. The lion laughed and let him go.
A few days later, some hunters captured the King of the jungle and tied with a rope to a leafy tree. He spent around the mouse, who heard the cries of the lion, rushed to the scene and he gnawed the rope, leaving him free.
-Days ago - said he, te burlaste me thinking that nothing could make for you in gratitude. Now it is good to know that the small mice are grateful and fulfilled.

Never despise the honest small promises. When the time comes they will meet them.

Translated for educational purposes

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