Completing Story

a crow
A Thirsty Crow

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  A Thirsty Crow
It was a hot summer day. A crow became very thirsty. It began to move here and there in search of drinking water but in vain……………………But the crow did not lose hope of getting water. It was flying in the sky looking to the ground in search of water. It was mid-day and the day was really very hot. The crow was thirsty and tired also. At that time the crow saw a jar in the ground. The crow became very happy to see the jar and thought there would be water in the jar. As soon as the crow saw the jar, it flew down to the jar. But the crow became upset because there was little water at the bottom of the jar. The crow tried, again and again, to drink water from the jar but could not because the neck of the jar was very narrow. All of a sudden the crow hit upon a plan. The crow was looking for stones. It was lucky because there were some pebbles/stones close to the jar. The crow picked a stone by its beak and put it inside the jar. It continued picking stone and putting inside the jar till the water came at the top of the jar. The crow drank water and could quench its thirst. After drinking water the crow became happy and flew away.

Unity is Strength
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             UNITY IS STRENGTH
Once there was an old farmer in a village. He had four sons. They used to quarrel among themselves. This made the farmer anxious. He wanted to teach them a lesson. So, one day he asked his sons to bring some sticks and a piece of rope…………………… The sons brought some sticks and a rope. Then the father told the eldest son to tie the sticks together with the rope and try to break the bundle of the sticks. He tried heart and soul but he could not break the bundle of the sticks. Then the old man gave the bundle of the sticks to his second eldest son. He also tried to break the bundle of the sticks heart and soul but failed to break. Then one by one all the sons tried to break the sticks but all of them failed. Then the father untied the sticks and gave one stick to each son and told them to try to break the stick. This time all of them could easily break their stick as there was a single stick to them. Then the father told them that if they remain united like the bundle of the sticks nobody will be able to defeat them. And if they are not united like a single stick they would be defeated everywhere. The sons then realized their mistakes and started to live together unitedly and happily.

Wood Cutter

     Wood Cutter
Once there was a poor woodcutter in a jungle. He had only one iron axe to collect wood. One day ……………………………….., he went out to collect wood from the jungle by a riverside. While he started cutting wood all on a sudden his axe fell into the river. The axe was his only means of living. So, he was in a fix what to do. Finding no other way he started crying sitting on the bank of the river. At that time the fairy of the river came up from the river water and asked the woodcutter why he was crying. The woodcutter replied that he had lost his axe in the river. The fairy of the river went down the water and came up with a gold axe within a moment. The fairy asked the woodcutter whether the axe was his or not. The woodcutter replied in the negative. The fairy again went down the water and came up with a silver axe. This time the woodcutter also said that the axe was not his. The fairy of the water again went down the river water and came up with the original axe of the woodcutter and asked him whether the axe was his or not. The woodcutter replied in a smiling face that the iron axe was his own axe. The fairy became very happy at the honesty of the woodcutter. So, the fairy gave the woodcutter all the three axes and thanked him for his honesty.

Frog in the Pond

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The boys and the frogs

There was a big pond in a certain village. There lived a lot of frogs in the pond. One day some boys were playing near the pond  ................. ………………………….  Near the pond there were lot of small stones. The leader of the boys told other boys to play a game by throwing stones towards the frogs targeting their heads. And who will be able to hit the head of the frog he will be the winner. The boys started collecting stones from nearby and started throwing targeting the head of the frogs. Some of the frogs were wounded seriously. The boys were very happy and they were enjoying the distress of the frogs. There was an old frog in the pond. The old frog raised its head over water and requested the boys to stop throwing stones towards them. The leader of the boys wanted to know why they should stop throwing stones. Because they were playing and enjoying their game. The old frog replied, "What is game for you that is the cause of our death". Then the boys could understand their fault and stopped throwing stones towards the frogs.




Fox without tail

Once there was a fox who lived in a jungle. One day the fox was trapped............... The fox could somehow save himself from the trap. But unfortunately, the fox lost his tail. Losing the tail, he was in a fix what to do. He was very much ashamed of showing his face in front of other foxes of the jungle. He was thinking deeply about what to do. All of a sudden he hit upon a plan. He called a meeting of all the foxes in a certain place. All the foxes of the jungle came to the meeting to hear the speech of the fox. The fox without a tail told other foxes that they don't need their tail. The tail is unnecessary/useless for them. He also showed that he cut his tail as it was of no use. At that time the oldest fox of the meeting replied that you lost your tail by accident and now you are trying to cheat with us. Our tail is our beauty so we shouldn't cut our tail. All other foxes could realize the cleverness of the fox and left the meeting leaving the fox without tail alone.





Liar shepherd

Long long ago there lived a shepherd/cowboy in a village near a jungle…………………….. The cowboy used to tend his cows by the side of the jungle. He was a liar in nature. He used to shout Tiger! Tiger! Whenever he was tending his cows. Hearing his shout the villager's rushed to the spot. And they become astonished that there was no tiger. They asked the boy about the tiger. The cowboy laughed and said that he was just making fun. The cowboy made such type of fun several times. One day a tiger really came to attack the boy. The boy shouted loudly to have help from the villagers. The villagers heard his voice but this time they did not come forward to help the boy. The tiger killed and ate the cowboy. So, from this story, we could realize that we should not lie even to make fun.




Story of Nila

Nila, a young girl of 14 is a student of class 9 of Noapara Girls High School, Noapara. She is a poor girl but has an aspiration to help her family for a better life. On her way to school, a boy named Masum used to tease her very often. But she didn’t get frustrated rather ………………………, she faced the situation boldly. Nila is the only daughter of her parents. Her father is a rickshaw puller. And her mother works in a factory. Her parents can’t bear her educational expenses. So. Nila started private tuition just two years ago when she was in class 7. She has been teaching the students of class one to four. Though she is a student her way of teaching is excellent. The students and the guardians of her students like her teaching style. By earning of her private tuition she now can bear her educational expenses. She also supports her family from her income.

There is a miscreant in her neighboring area named Masum. On her way to school, Masum disturbs her off and on. Without getting scared Nila hit upon a plan to come up with the situation. She knew about 999 the number of the national help desk. Nila phoned 999 and sought help to get rid of the stalker Masum. Police of her local thana took action and nabbed Masum immediately. The mobile court sentenced Masum for 1 year for eve-teasing. Now, Nila is safe.




A poor farmer and his goose/Grasp all, loss all

Once upon a time there was a poor farmer in a village. Because of his poverty, it was difficult for him to run his family smoothly. He was always thinking about how to eradicate poverty…………………….. One day he went to a village market and bought a goose. He was thinking that by selling the eggs of the goose he would be able to earn some money. After a couple of days, the goose laid an egg. But the farmer was surprised to see the egg. It was a golden egg. He couldn’t believe his eyes. He called his wife to see the egg. Both of them became so happy. By selling the egg in the market he earned a huge amount of money. The goose was laying a golden egg every single day. The farmer used to sell the eggs in the market. Within a short time, the farmer and his wife became rich. They made a beautiful house and bought expensive furniture. They were passing their days in a festive mood. But the farmer was greedy and impatient. He decided to become rich overnight. So, one sunny morning he killed the goose to have all the golden eggs at a time. He was shocked to see that there were no eggs inside the belly of the goose. Now he could realize that grasp all, loss all.




A friend in need is a friend indeed

Long long ago there lived two friends in a village. They were bosom friends. They promised that they would never ever leave one another alone at the time of danger....................... There was a deep and big forest near the village. One day they were walking through the jungle. All of a sudden a big bear came in front of them. One of the friends knew how to climb a tree and the other did not know how to climb a tree. The friend who knew climbing tree climbed a big tree nearby. Finding no other way the other friend hit upon a plan. He heard from the people that a bear does not kill or eat a dead man. He laid down on the grounds pretending as a dead man. The bear came to the lying friend and smelt the whole of his body. Thinking him dead the bear left the spot. The friend who was on the tree got down from the tree and asked his friend what the bear whispered into his ear. In reply, the friend said that the bear advised him not to believe a friend who leaves his friend in time of danger. The bear also said to me that a friend in need is a friend indeed.




    He prayeth best, who loveth best/A pious man named Abu-Bin-Adham

Once there was a man named Abu Bin Adham. He was very honest and pious…………………….. One night he was in deep sleep. All of a sudden there was a sound in his room. Because of the noise, he woke up from sleep. Waking up he saw an angel writing something on a paper. He asked the angel what he was writing. The angel replied that he was writing the name of the people who love god. Abu inquired the angel whether his name was there or not. The angel replied in the negative and said that his name was not there. Abu became shocked and asked why his name was not there. The angel said, “You are pious but you do not love and respect enough other people. The list includes the people who love mankind.” Abu could realize his fault. Abu could realize that he should not discriminate among people and should love all the people equally. He also could realize that it was a warning for him from the almighty. He took an oath not to discriminate among people. The next night the angel again came to Abu’s home. This time Abu’s name was at the top of the list.

Now, it’s clear to Abu that “He prayeth best, who loveth best.”



He prayeth best, who loveth best

He prayeth best, who loveth best is a quote/excerpt from Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s famous poem, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, that’s an excellent summary to answering the question of why we have so many problems in the world today.

“He prayeth best, who loveth best
All things both great and small;
For the dear God who loveth us,
He made and loveth all."

The story of this poem is about a mariner who shot and killed an albatross in the sea.






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