Aesop's Fables: The Wolf and the horse

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Passing a Wolf by a seeding of barley, but as it was not food of your choice, left her and went on his way. He found a while a horse and took him to the field, commenting on you lot of barley that had found, but instead of eating it, best had left it was because he liked most hear the noise of their teeth to chew it. But the horse answered him:
-Friend, if the wolves ate barley, not had preferred to please your ears but your stomach!

All evil, even if it seems to act as good, should not believe him.

Translated for educational purposes

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