Unfaithful Friend Moral Story

Unfaithful Friend Moral Story

There was a big bay at the edge of a river. In this tree lived a monkey called Rhesa. He was an intelligent monkey and a good heart. He offered berries to all the animals and birds that came to the river to quench their thirst. On the river lived a crocodile named Magar. He lived with his wife in a cave at the bottom of the river.
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One day, the crocodile Magar reached the edge of the river to catch its prey. It was a hot and sunny day and Magar had not caught anything of the day. Tired and hot, he crawled under the shade of the bay to rest. He had barely closed his eyes when he heard someone calling him. "Hello my friend, I'm up there."
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Magar looked up to see that the monkey Rhesa was smiling at him. The monkey picked up a handful of juicy berries and threw them at Magar.
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"Eat them, they will quench your thirst."
"Thank you," Magar said, eating the delicious berries.
From there, every day, Magar went to the banks of the river and ate the berries deposited by Rhesa. Both became good friends.
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One day Magar brought berries to his wife's house. I found them delicious. "Mmm ... If the berries are so tasty, how delicious are the berries of the monkey's heart?" He said. "I want to eat the heart of this monkey."
"How can I do that?" answered Magar.
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"It's my friend, how can I kill him?" But his wife would not accept no for an answer. "If you do not bring me his heart, I will starve," she shouted.
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So Magar went to meet the monkey Rhesa. "My wife really liked the fruits you sent her, she wants to meet you, she invited you to dinner at your place," Magar told Rhesa.
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"He would surely come," said Rhesa, "but I do not know how to swim and you live in the river."
"Do not worry," said Magar, "I'll take you on your back."
Rhesa jumped easily on Magar's back. Magar started to move away from the bank. When it reached the middle of the river, the crocodile began to submerge.
"Hey, what are you doing?" Rhesa panicked. "I told you I did not know how to swim."
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"Sorry, my friend," Magar replied. "My wife wants to eat your heart, so I have to kill you," Magar said.
Rhesa realized that he was in grave danger. "Do you want my heart?" He asked in a calm voice. "Why did not you say that before? I would have given it, we had to go back because I usually leave my heart at home when I go out."
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The senseless crocodile immediately turned and swam towards the shore.
Rhesa immediately jumped from Magar's back and bounced off the tree. "You are a fool, Magar, how could I be alive if I left my heart behind me, you are an unfaithful friend, our friendship is over," said Rhesa.