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Enjoy reading this story. In a mango orchard outside a village there lived a mischievous monkey.
The whole day, he would jump from one tree to another. Thus the monkey kept on eating the ripe mangoes. The orchard-keeper tried to trap the monkey. But every time the monkey escaped the trap. One day, the monkey wandered out to the nearby town. There is so much crowd here," the monkey thought.
Soon the monkey was sneaking into houses and running away with eatables.
By evening, he had made life difficult for the town people. I will live here," he thought. Days went by and the monkey was looked upon by the town people with terror.
One day, a juggler came to the town. The people of the town approached him.
Get me some jars with narrow necks," When the jars of the size were brought to him, he put peanuts into the jars and placed them out on a field. The monkey became curious when he saw the jars. When he went and peeped inside the jars, he saw peanuts. Let me quickly grab the peanuts and run," he thought.
He put his hand inside the jar and grabbed a big handful. But he could not pull out his clenched fist, as the neck of the jar was so narrow. If the monkey dropped some peanuts back into the jar, he could have pulled his hand out.
But he was greedy.
So he did not drop some peanuts into the jar. The town people trapped the monkey with his hand inside the jar. They got hold of the rope and tied him in a post. Then the monkey was sold to a zoo.
That was the end of the greedy monkey.Materials for the Construction of Shakespeare's Morals, the Stoic Legacy to the Renaissance Major Ethical Authorities.
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WHEN in the course of human Events, it becomes necessary. Jason Pontin (@jason_pontin) is an Ideas contributor for caninariojana.com is a senior partner at Flagship Pioneering, a firm in Boston that creates, builds, and funds companies that solve problems in. Greed is also a bad thing because it can result in people doing things that they would not normally do.
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