Once upon a time, there lived a fox named Myxo. Myxo was a very clever fox and was always looking for new ways to find food. He would often go to the nearby forest and look for food, but no matter what he did, he could never find enough for him and his family.

One day, Myxo had a brilliant idea. He decided to try and make a net out of some branches. He tied them together and managed to build a big net that he could throw over an unsuspecting animal. After hours of hard work, he had completed his net, and he was ready to try his luck.

The next morning, Myxo went out to the forest with his net. He laid in wait for hours, but nothing came. Finally, in the late afternoon, he heard a rustling in the bushes. He quickly grabbed his net and threw it over a wild hare.

Myxo was so excited to have finally caught something! He carefully untangled the hare and brought it back home. He proudly presented his catch to his family. His parents were amazed, and they praised his ingenuity.

Later that evening, as Myxo was lying in bed, he heard a voice calling him. He got out of bed to investigate, and he found an old fox standing in the shadows. The old fox said he had been watching Myxo for a while and was impressed by his skills.

The old fox told Myxo that he should never use his skills for destruction and should always use them to help others. He said that if Myxo used his skills to help and not harm, he would be rewarded in the long run.

Myxo remembered the old fox’s words, and from then on, he used his skills to help other animals in the forest. Instead of using his net to catch prey, he used it to protect the young animals from predators.

Moral of the story: Use your skills for good, not evil. If you use them to help and not harm, you will be rewarded in the long run.

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