Once upon a time, there lived a small village of animals in a lush green valley with lush green pastures, vibrant fields and meadows. All the animals lived in peace and harmony, except for one — the pig. The pig was a grumpy old pig who complained all the time, and no one in the village wanted anything to do with him.
One day, the villagers decided to meet and discuss what to do with the pig. Should they kick him out of the village or find a solution to the problem? After much debate, they decided to give the pig a chance and let him stay.
The villagers made a deal with the pig. They said he could stay, but he had to prove that he could be a valued member of the village. The pig happily agreed, wanting to prove himself and make himself accepted in the village.
The pig worked hard and with determination, and soon he was seen as a valued member of the village. He did all of his chores on time and helped out his fellow villagers when he could. And the villagers were impressed by his hard work and dedication.
Soon, the pig was welcomed and accepted by the other villagers. He had finally found a place he belonged.
But the pig had one more battle to fight — to learn the importance of self-control and the consequences of not following the rule.
One day, the pig was walking through the village when he saw a delicious-looking apple pie cooling on a windowsill. He couldn’t help himself and grabbed the pie, stuffing it in his mouth.
The villagers weren’t pleased. After all, they had given the pig a chance and he had repaid them by stealing. The villagers decided to give the pig another chance, but they also gave him a warning — if he stole again, he would be banished from the village. The pig learned his lesson and promised to never steal again.
From that day on, the pig was a model citizen in the village. He worked hard and was always respectful to his fellow villagers.
Moral of the story: No matter how difficult it is, it is important to always remain self-disciplined. If we give in to temptation, we may lose the chance to prove ourselves and be accepted by our peers.