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Once upon a time, there was an old man who had three sons. These sons were hard workers, but they always fought with each other. The old man was sad because he couldn’t bring them together.

One day, the old man fell ill and realized that he might not have much time left. He called his sons and asked them to unite. But, unfortunately, they didn’t listen to him.

The old man knew he had to teach his sons a lesson about setting aside their differences. He came up with a plan. He gave each of his sons a bundle of sticks and told them to break it into two. He said that whoever finished first would win a prize. Excited to win, the sons quickly grabbed their sticks and started breaking them. But as soon as they finished, they began fighting again.

The old man wasn’t satisfied. He wanted to show them the power of unity. So, he gave them another bundle of sticks, but this time he told them to break it as a bundle and not separately. The sons tried their best, but no matter how hard they tried, they couldn’t break the bundle.

Finally, the old man told them that it was easy to break the sticks individually, just like it was easy for them to fight with each other. But when they stayed united, just like the bundle of sticks, no one could hurt them.

The sons finally understood the importance of unity. They realized that if they worked together and set aside their differences, they could achieve great things. From that day forward, the sons promised to stay united and support each other.

Moral: There’s strength in unity. / United we stand, divided we fall.

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