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The King and The Sea

Once upon a time, there was a very powerful king. He was brave but very arrogant. One day he told everyone that he could control everything on the earth. But no one believed him. So one day he took his courtiers to the sea shore to display how powerful he was. He ordered the waves of the sea, “O Sea, move back!”. But the vaves rolled on as before and after sometimes the waves lashed at the feet of the king. The king moved back in fear and felt ashamed of his conduct.

Moral: Nature is the most powerful thing in the world.

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