Thursday, August 28, 2014

Aesop's Fables: The lion and the three oxen

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Three oxen grazing always together.
A lion wanted to devour them, but being together three oxen prevented him doing so, because the fight against the three at the same time put it in disadvantage.
Then with cunning resorted to anger them together with perfidious humbug, separating them from each other.
And thus, not be already attached, it devoured them quietly, one by one.

If you allow that you discard your unit with your loved ones, the easier that you damage.

Translated for educational purposes

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