Two foxes were eating fruits they took from an orchard. The first fox told the second fox to plant the seed of the fruits so they could have a steady supply of fruits. But the second fox just smiled and threw the seeds of the fruits it was eating. The first fox however planted the seed.
Soon the seed grow and the first fox patiently took care of the plant until it bore fruits. Now the first fox had a steady supply of fruits and he didn’t have to sneak into a man’s orchard to have something to eat. When the second fox asked for some fruits, he gave it seeds instead and told it to plant the seeds.
Source:Book of Fables 2
Prepared by Pablo D. Baltazar, Edited by Ofelia E. Concepcion
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