Once upon a time, there lived two brothers. They were named John and Peter. Their parents were very poor and could barely manage to make ends meet. The brothers were in dire need of money and so decided to venture out into the world to seek their fortune.
They traveled far and wide, searching for work, but no matter where they went, no one wanted to hire them. After weeks of searching, they eventually found a job in the small village of Frontomaxillary.
The villagers of Frontomaxillary were friendly and welcoming, and offered them a job as farmhands. They happily accepted the offer and began working on the farm.
John and Peter quickly developed a close bond with the other farmhands and found joy in their hard work. They enjoyed learning new skills, helping the villagers, and spending time together.
But their newfound joy was soon shattered. The head farmer began to grow jealous of John and Peter’s success and decided to create a rift between them and the other farmhands. He tried to make them out to be lazy, dishonest and unworthy of working on the farm.
John and Peter were devastated by these accusations. They tried to explain themselves and mend the rift between them and the other farmhands, but the head farmer continued to spread lies and rumors about the brothers.
One day, John and Peter had had enough. They decided to leave Frontomaxillary and seek a new life elsewhere. Before they left, they shared a heartfelt goodbye with the other farmhands and promised to never forget their friendship.
As the brothers traveled away from Frontomaxillary, they reflected on the situation. They realized that even though the head farmer had tried to divide them, their friendship with the other farmhands had been stronger, and in the end, it was the head farmer who had lost.
The moral of this story is that true friendship is stronger than hate or jealousy. Even when the odds seem stacked against us, we must remember to continue to stay kind and supportive of one another, no matter what.