The Elephant and The Tailor|Moral Story
Have you heard the story of The Elephant and The Tailor? If not, then you are absolutely right place. Moral stories become the right guide for children. Moral stories are very helpful for moral development as well as social development in children.
Once upon a time, an elephant lived in a village. Whenever the elephant went to take a bath on the banks of the river, it used to pass through the middle market. There was a tailor’s shop in the same market. Whenever the tailor saw the elephant passing his shop, he would give it something to eat. Very soon they became close friends.
One day, The Tailor gets into a fight with a customer. Due to which he is sitting in anger in his shop. As usual, the elephant passes in front of his shop. The Elephant put his trunk inside the tailor’s shop, instead of giving him something to eat, the tailor pricked his trunk with a needle.
The Elephant felt a lot of pain but without doing anything, it went away silently. It goes to the bank of the river and takes a bath. After this, the elephant fills the muddy water of the river in its trunk. On his way back, the elephant again stops at the tailor’s shop but this time, it throws all the muddy water of the river into his shop. All the expensive clothes in the tailor’s shop get dirty. The tailor has to face a heavy loss. In this way, the tailor also gets the punishment for his actions. After this, The elephant never went to the tailor’s shop again.
What is the Moral of ‘The Elephant and The Tailor’ Story
This story teaches us that we should never do bad to anyone. As you sow, so shall you reap.
Application of ‘The Elephant and The Tailor’ Story in Real Life
- We should never treat anyone badly because what we do is sure to happen to us in the future.
- Never take any step in life without knowing the reason, because by doing so sometimes we have to face heavy loss.
- Two things should always be remembered in life, first is that no words should be spoken in anger and secondly, no promises should be made in happiness.
- Animals cannot speak, so we should always have a feeling of sympathy with them. We should treat them in the same way as we ourselves expect from others. After all, they all have the same right to live as we all have.
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