Once upon a time there were two flowers. One of them was big, bright, colourful and had a sweet fragrance which permeated the air around it. The other was neither as big, dazzling and vivid nor did it have such a pleasant aroma like the first one.
The only difference between the two was that the colourful flower did not allow honeybees and butterflies to fly around it. On the other hand, though the second flower was not as attractive as the first one, it cooperated with every insect and allowed them to approach it.
The honeybees and the butterflies collected nectar from the second flower and in return distributed its pollen grains across all flowers in the garden.
Days passed on and both the flowers became old. They lost their bright colours and pleasant aroma which they once possessed. The plants were ready to shed the old flowers and sprout new ones. Since the first flower had always barred the entry of insects, its pollen grains couldn’t be distributed across other flowers whereas the second flower was kind enough to cooperate with the insects due to which its pollen grains were dispersed across all the flowers in the garden and thus it was able to continue its generation.
MORAL: IF YOU DO GOOD DEEDS, GOOD THINGS WILL HAPPEN TO YOU.