Once upon a time, there lived a village near a river. The river was a source of life for the inhabitants of the village as it provided them water, fish, and a means of transportation.

One day, the village was visited by a flagellum, a tiny creature that looked like a worm. It had a tail at the back and was so small that it was almost invisible to the naked eye. The flagellum soon became a permanent fixture around the village and the villagers soon grew used to its presence.

The flagellum would spend its days scurrying around the village, exploring every nook and cranny. The villagers were fascinated by the minuscule creature and admired its tenacity and resilience.

One day, a group of villagers went to the river to fetch some water. As they were walking back, they noticed the flagellum was in distress. It had somehow gotten entangled in a strand of grass that was near the river.

The poor flagellum couldn’t move or get out of its predicament. The villagers were moved to pity so they decided to help the creature. They carefully untangled the grass from the flagellum and set it free.

The villagers were overjoyed to have rescued the flagellum. In return for their kindness, the flagellum rewarded the villagers with a special gift. Every day, it would come and share with them some of the small creatures it had found around the village.

The flagellum visited the village every day for years and years and the villagers had grown quite fond of it. Each time the flagellum came, it brought a new surprise, and the villagers welcomed it with joy.

The moral of the story is that a little kindness can go a long way. No one is too small to show kindness nor too small to receive it. You may not get rewarded immediately, but it will eventually come back to you in some way.

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