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A thirsty crow- looking for water- saw a pitcher- water was at the bottom- failed to drink- saw pebbles nearby- dropped into the pitcher- water rose to the brim- quenched his thirst.

The Crow and the Pitcher

Once upon a time a crow was very thirsty. It was a very hot summar day. He was looking for water here and there. But he got no water anywhere. At last he saw a ptcher nearby. He became very hopeful. He flew to it. But alas! The water was at the bottom. He tried his best to drink water from the pitcher but all his efforts went in vain. Then he hit upon a plan. He picked the pebbles lying near the pitcher one by one and dropped them into the pitcher. In this way, the water rose to the brim. He drink to his fill and left the place.

Moral : Where there is a will, there is a way.

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