Category Archives: Fables

A fable is a moral tale that often features animal characters. “The Tortoise and the Hare” is a well-known fable whose moral is “Slow and steady wins the race.”
We often associate fables with the master of them all, Aesop. Among the most famous fables attributed to this storyteller of ancient Greece are “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” and “The Fox and the Grapes.” But like its cousins tale, myth, and legend, the word fable is also used to describe a deliberate fabrication or fiction. In other words, it can be a polite way to describe a lie.

An Electrifying Atmosphere

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The train for Mumbai (Bombay) will be late by five hours due to some technical problems. Inconvenience caused is regretted,” blared the message on the Public Announcement System.” I was standing on the platform of the Pune Railway Station when this message was issued, first in Hindi than in English. I was thoroughly disheartened at…

Loyality and sacrifice test

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On a starry night, Isha woke up half dreaming and walked near the window. Something must have awaken her from her intense sleep. Her hands were cold and toes freezing as she stepped out of her comfortable blanket and walked towards the bright gleam of light just outside her home. Its was a fantastic event…

His perfect girlfriend and vice versa

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November 12, 2017, 5.30 AM His whats chat rings. Half sleepy Ravi calls Sara. She rejects the call from the other end. Within 5 minutes he again dials her number. This time she finally picks up the call. Ravi: Hi sweety. Good morning! Sarah: Why did you call me when I texted you. You should…