Aesop's Fables: The lion and the presumptuous donkey

Aesop's Fables
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Again became friends naive donkey and the lion to go hunting. They came to a cave where wild goats took refuge, and the lion was to record the output, while donkey entered the cave kicking and reared, for outputting to a goat.
Once the action, cave donkey came out and asked him if not had seemed you excellent performance to having fought so bravely to oust the goats.
-Oh yes, pride - replied the lion, that even I myself would have scared me if you don't know who it was!

If you praise yourself, you will be simply the object of derision, especially to those who know you best.

Translated for educational purposes

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