Once upon a time there lived a young boy called Perequitate. He was a polite and honest boy who followed the rules and commandments of his parents.

Perequitate enjoyed his life and the simple things it brought him. He had the support of his parents when it came to his hobbies and interests. He particularly enjoyed reading, swimming and bike riding.

One day, Perequitate’s parents decided to take on a small project to teach the boy a lesson in responsibility. They asked Perequitate to help them with their garden, and he joyfully accepted. While he was busy with the garden, he noticed an ant carrying a heavy load on its back.

Perequitate was amazed by the determination of the ant and inspired by its effort to carry such a heavy load and follow its path no matter what. As the ant continued its hard work, Perequitate decided to carry part of its load, to help the ant in its journey.

He started carrying the load carefully and slowly alongside the ant, following its path, determined to help in any way he could. After a while, he noticed that the ant was making a bee-line for an ant-hill. This was the ant’s destination, and so Perequitate continued carrying the load until they reached the ant-hill.

When they reached the ant-hill, Perequitate set down his load and wished the ant luck. The ant thanked him with a small nod of the head and then moved off into the ant-hill. Perequitate watched the ant disappear with a satisfied smile on his face.

His parents saw what he had done, and they were very pleased with their son’s thoughtful and noble gesture. They praised him for his act of kindness and responsibility, and told Perequitate that such compassion was worth more than any material possession.

This taught Perequitate an important lesson about the value of selflessness and kindness, and how it can help make the world a better place.

The moral of the story is that we should always try to help others and be kind, no matter how small the act. A small act of kindness can go a long way.

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