DO NOT BETRAY OTHERS AS IT LEADS TO SELF DESTRUCTION

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Once upon a time a massive fire broke out in a village. The local authorities failed to inhibit it due to which all the people ran helter-skelter. Finally there was a fisherman with a big boat who came to their rescue.

All the village residents reached the shore and the fisherman asked them to board his boat until it was completely filled. He asked the remaining people to stay on the shore until he would return to pick them up and thus rowed down to the other end of the river.

Upon reaching the other end, before the people could step out of his boat, he took out a gun and asked them to submit all their valuables including jewellery, gold and other precious ornaments to him. The villagers didn’t have any choice and surrendered to the wishes of the evil fisherman.

The fisherman laughed wickedly and once again left for the village to play his nefarious game. He collected more villagers and asked the leftover to wait patiently for his return. Once again he asked them to deposit all their valuables before leaving the boat. Thus the fisherman collected a lot of wealth illegally.

Later, while transporting the last group of people, the boat began to shake and everyone was scared to death but by God’s grace nothing happened. As soon as they reached the other shore, the fisherman took out his gun and ordered them to deposit their possessions. Poor villagers did as he said and finally left the boat to start a new life.

The fisherman couldn’t believe his luck and left for his home. While on the way, the boat began to shake again due to its increased weight. The fisherman being greedy refused to throw away a few bags of gold due to which it became difficult for him to turn the boat in any direction. After about an hour, his boat collided with a rock and it sank within minutes, leaving the fisherman behind to be a feast for the lake crocodiles.

MORAL: DO NOT BETRAY OTHERS AS IT LEADS TO SELF DESTRUCTION.

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