Once upon a time, in a small kingdom, there lived a boy called Tom. Tom was an adventurous young boy, always looking for the next challenge and never shying away from a good adventure.
One day Tom’s parents took him to a nearby forest, and as they walked along the path, Tom noticed something interesting: a group of ants working together, each bringing a small stone or twig and placing it close to each other, as if they were building something. Tom was interested by this and decided to follow them to see what it was.
As Tom tracked the ants, he noticed with bewilderment that each of them seemed to be working in tandem with one another. They had all come from different directions, yet they worked together to move the stones and twigs towards the same spot. Even as they moved stones and twigs, they helped each other, pushing and pulling each other when necessary.
This was the first time Tom had ever seen an example of concomitant, and he was amazed at the collective effort the ants were putting in, working together for a common goal. He decided to do the same, and so he began to help the ants by moving stones and twigs to the same spot.
Soon enough, the ants had managed to build a small structure with the stones and twigs. Tom had been so caught up in helping the ants that he hadn’t noticed how far they had come in such a small amount of time.
The moral of the story is that with cooperation and concomitant, anything is possible. If we all pull together and work for a common goal, there is nothing we can’t achieve. So no matter how small or insignificant your task may seem, always remember that the small and seemingly insignificant contributions may have a far greater impact than you realize.