DONT USE OTHERS AS A PAWN TO SETTLE YOUR PERSONAL DIFFERENCES WITH SOMEONE

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Once upon a time there were two kingdoms who were hostile to each other. Centuries passed away but they could never settle their issues because each of them wanted to defeat the other and capture its territory.

Both the kingdoms were at the brink of a catastrophic war and were about to blow up each other with weapons of mass destruction. Finally after failing to achieve a treaty of peace with one another, the doom day arrived.

The armies of both the kingdoms stood against each other, waiting to attack one another at their king’s first call. After a verbal clash, both the kings ordered their men to charge on each other.

The soldiers from either sides came running to slice off each others head, hands and legs but as soon as they met, they couldn’t raise their swords. Though they wore different uniforms and waved different flags, they couldn’t change the fact that they all were descendents of the same ancestry.

Thus all of them surrendered and the army generals of both the kingdoms approached their respective kings only to remind them that they were brothers and had the blood of the same family flowing inside them. Despite after explaining them in every possible manner, they were not ready to accept this fact and ordered the soldiers to either accept their orders or face dire consequences.

At last, armies of both the kingdoms understood that they were being used by their kings to settle down their own personal differences. Thus they dethroned both of them, installed their army generals on the throne and lived in peace and harmony for centuries to come.

MORAL: DONT USE OTHERS AS A PAWN TO SETTLE YOUR PERSONAL DIFFERENCES WITH SOMEONE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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