[GHHF] Bala Samskar Kendras – learned about a story that teaches about the importance of associating with Trustworthy people.

22 May 2023 71 Views

Ella Wheeler Wilcox, (1850-1919) famous American poet and journalist
" India - the land of Vedas, the remarkable works contains not only religious ideas for a perfect life, but also facts which science has proved true. Electricity, radium, electronics, airship, all are known to the seers who founded the Vedas.
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is very happy to inform you that we have started Bala Samskar Kendras (Schools for children and youth) to enrich them with the greatness of Hindu Dharma and appreciate the sacrifices many leaders have done to protect Bharat. There are many kings who have achieved new heights in their skills, talents, and strength. Unfortunately, Bharath denies its history to its own children and glorified the most undeserving rulers. The government has corrupted the minds of young students since Independence in 1947. It is our effort to teach them the greatness of our scriptures, enrich their minds with timeless wisdom, create a sense of pride through time-tested moral and ethical compasses, and make them proud of the science behind all our customs and traditions
Why You Should Not Trust Anyone Easily?
Reading moral stories to children helps to develop values in them without being preachy. Moral and ethical values have a significant role in shaping children's character.
Reading moral stories are not just a great way to improve literacy skills, but they are also a smart and effective way to lay a strong moral foundation. Reading moral stories to kids helps them integrate family values and ethics, giving them a firm understanding of basic emotions.
There lived a crow and a deer who had been friends since they were young. There was also a fox who craved to eat the plump and healthy deer. "It'll be delicious if I have this deer for lunch. But first and foremost, I must gain trust of the deer,' the cunning fox thought. 
The fox returned the next day to the spot where the deer and the crow were having a chat as usual. "Hello, I've seen you a few times and I'd like to be your friend!" he said. "How can you be friends with us!" exclaimed the crow. The fox was quite clever and questioned him, asking, "Why can't a fox be friends with a crow and a deer? Please give me the opportunity to prove myself. I promise to be a nice friend!"
Fox request to be friends with crow and deer
But the clever fox could not convince the crow, his remarks barely convinced the deer. The deer told the crow, "Oh, he appears to be nice. We'll be able to meet him as a friend!" "Are you in your right mind? It's not possible!''   The crow screamed.   "That's ok, friends! 'I'll take your leave!' said the fox calmly as he walked away. 
The next day, when the deer was alone, the fox returned and began speaking to him in a very sweet tone. "Hello, there's a farm nearby with an abundance of crops. If you go there, you can get fresh, green leaves" the fox advised.  The deer was persuaded by the fox's words and changed his mind. "All right, let's go!" agreed the deer. Soon after, the fox led the deer to that field, where the deer jumped with delight.
When it saw the field, it went jumping and began enjoying eating the grass. "Oh, thank you so much! I had enough. Let's go back to the jungle, shall we?" the deer said. The fox paused for a moment before implementing its second plan. It mentioned something bad about the crow, and the deer stopped meeting with it. From then on, the fox and the deer went to the field together.
Those were the crops of a farmer. He was examining his field one day when he noticed that it had been damaged. He felt angry and instantly recognized the deer's footsteps. He immediately devised a strategy for catching the deer and spread the net throughout the field.
The next day, the deer arrived in the field as usual, only to get caught in the farmer's net. As soon as the deer entered the field, it was immediately trapped. This made the fox very happy because it was part of his plan. The fox's mouth watered as he thought to himself, "My lunch is waiting for me." The delighted fox ran behind a tree to hide.
The crow, on the other hand, happened to fly above the farm. "It appears to be my friend! It's in  trouble. I have to help" says the crow to himself.  "Oh, my friend! Please forgive me! I deserved it because I didn't listen to you. You've warned me about the fox" the deer cried.
The crow told the deer to act as if it was dead as the farmer approached. The crow pricked the deer's eyes in accordance with their strategy. The farmer assumed the deer was dead soon after. The deer fled as soon as the farmer had the net in his hands. The crow saved the deer, and they reunited as best friends.
Lessons from the Story
Remember the crow.  It had always been a friend. It gave good advice to the deer and also cautioned the fox. Never fall prey to others who use honey-dew words since they could be harmful at any time.
Make sure you choose your friends carefully. Your friends are among the great people who will always be there for you, not only in happy times but also in times of danger. True friendship, on the other hand, does not ask anything in return.
As in the story, we have to be cautious of people who make friends solely to fulfil their malicious goals. They may appear to be lovely, but in truth, they are never trustworthy. (Source: https://www.vedantu.com/stories/crow-deer-and-fox-story)
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