The Kid and the Wolf

A KID (young goat) was placed on the roof of a house by a shephard to keep him out of harm's way. He saw a Wolf passing by and immediately began to taunt, jeer, abuse and revile him.

The Wolf, looking up, said,

"I hear you: yet it is not you who are mocking me, but the roof on which you are standing."
What MORAL did you get from this FABLE?


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