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Once upon a time three men were returning home through a forest. All of a sudden, they found a purse of gold coins on their way. They decided to divide the money equally among themselves. Again they started walking along the way. They were hungry and thirsty. One of them went to a nearby market to buy some food. He ate his food and bought food for the other two and mixed poison with it to get the whole coins. In his absence, the other two decided to kill him to increase their shares. He came with food and the two other two killed him. Now the two men were happy and took the meals. Soon they died. None could get the gold coins.

Moral: Greed is a curse./ To deceive others is to bring misery on oneself.

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