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Once upon a time, in a peaceful forest, a tortoise was taking a nap under a tall tree. Little did he know that a bird had built its nest on one of the branches. The tortoise, feeling a bit mischievous, decided to tease the bird about its humble nest made of broken twigs.

With a smug smile on his face, the tortoise began to mock the bird. He boasted about his own magnificent shell, claiming it was far superior to the bird’s simple nest. The tortoise even went as far as saying that the bird must be envious of his impressive home.

The bird, not one to be easily discouraged, calmly replied to the tortoise’s taunts. It explained that although its nest might not be as fancy as the tortoise’s shell, it had something the tortoise could never have – space for its friends and family. The bird emphasized that its nest was a place of warmth and togetherness, where loved ones could gather and share happy moments.

As the bird spoke, the tortoise started to realize the truth in its words. He understood that his shell, while protecting him, could never provide the same sense of companionship and love that the bird’s nest offered. The tortoise felt a pang of regret for his earlier arrogance.

Moral: A crowded hut is better than a lonely mansion.

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