Once there was a big star that shone brightly in the sky. It was so bright that other stars dwindled in front of it.
All the intelligent life-forms living in the galaxy offered their prayers to the big star which irked the other stars floating in the cosmos. They held a meeting and decided to destroy the big star in order to gain the well wishes, prayers, and offerings of all the life forms living in the galaxy.
One day, they forced all the planets in their respective solar systems to throw water upon the big star so as to drain all its fire and fuel. But before the water could even touch the big star’s surface, it evaporated.
Next day, they asked all their planets to position themselves in front of the big star in order to obscure its light and cause an eclipse. The planets did as they were told. All of them accumulated in front of the big star in a straight line and successfully eclipsed it.
All the other stars cheered in excitement until the big star increased its heat to such an extent that all the planets standing in front of it were vaporized.
This infuriated the other stars to such an extent that they formed a massive black hole near the big star. But as luck may have it, the big star expanded itself to brobdingnagian proportions engulfing the black hole along with the other stars.
Thus the big star shone brightly in the cosmos for ever.
MORAL: WHAT GOES AROUND, COMES AROUND