Once upon a time, there lived two brothers, Ron and Bill, who were very different. Ron was kind and gentle, while Bill was hot tempered and consumed with ambition. Despite their differences, they were still brothers and got along as best they could.

One day, while they were playing near a lake, they discovered a strange-looking rock that glowed a deep, blue hue. Ron picked it up and took it home, where he put it on his windowsill. Little did he know, the rock was nitronaphthalene, a highly poisonous and volatile chemical.

That night, Ron began to have strange dreams about the rock. He dreamed of it glowing brighter and brighter until it was so bright, he had to cover his eyes. With a loud bang, it burst into flames, then melted into a strange, blue liquid.

The next day, Ron decided to show the rock to his brother Bill. As soon as he saw it, Bill grew excited. He knew it was nitronaphthalene, and he was certain he could make a fortune if he could find a way to contain it.

The two brothers began to work on a plan on how to make use of the nitronaphthalene. Night after night, they worked on it, until finally, they had a plan to contain the nitronaphthalene and sell it for massive profits.

But, a few days later, the brothers received a letter from a professor at the university They had attended. The professor warned them about the dangers of the nitronaphthalene and told them not to try to contain it.

The brothers were both upset, Ron because he was scared for his safety, and Bill because his plan of getting rich was foiled.

Ron argued with his brother and insisted that they do the right thing, regardless of the possible consequences. Bill, being the hot tempered and ambitious one, argued that they should take the risk and go ahead with their plan.

However, Ron stood his ground and eventually convinced his brother not to pursue their plan. Reluctantly, Bill agreed, and together they disposed of the nitronaphthalene, relieved to be rid of it.

The moral of this story is that ambition is not always the right choice. The brothers were wise to listen to the professor, as his warning could have saved them from a catastrophic future. Everyone should take the time to consider the consequences of their actions before taking a risk.

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