Once upon a time there lived a brave kid in the countryside named Wornil. Wornil lived with his parents and was the only child of the family. His parents always encouraged him to be brave and honest.
Wornil was an adventurous boy, who loved to explore new things. Whenever he was bored, he would go out and look for something new and interesting. One day, Wornil heard there was a secret cave in the nearby mountain and he set out to explore it.
When he reached the mountain, there was a mysterious gate at the entrance of the cave. Wornil wasted no time and decided to open the gate. He saw that the gate was locked with a heavy chain. He thought of breaking the chain but later decided against it because it was not his property.
After pondering for a while, he finally had an idea. He decided to search for the keys of the gate. He searched everywhere but couldn’t find them. Then, he heard a faint voice coming from behind the gate. It was a little old man who said, “If you want the key to the gate, you must answer three riddles I have for you.”
Without thinking much, Wornil agreed. The little old man then asked him three riddles, which he answered correctly. The old man, who was really impressed by Wornil’s bravery and wisdom, gave him the key to the gate.
Wornil excitedly opened the gate and entered the secret cave. Inside the cave, there were many precious objects and treasures. He took some of them and was about to leave when he heard a loud voice. It was the little old man.
He said, “I want you to learn a lesson from what you have found today. It is true that we can sometimes find things when we look for them, but we should always remember that honesty is the best policy. Always be honest and never take things that don’t belong to you.”
The moral of the story is that honesty is the best policy. No matter what the situation, one should always be honest and never resort to stealing or taking other people’s possessions. Wornil understood the lesson and thanked the kind old man for teaching him an important lesson.