• The Wolf and the Goat

    by  • March 17, 2014 • * Safe for Work *, Betrayal • 2 Comments

    story from: www.storyit.com

    The Wolf and the Goat
    an Aesop Fable

    A wolf, who was out searching for a meal, saw a goat feeding on grass on top of a high cliff. Wishing to get the goat to climb down from the rock and into his grasp, he called out to her.

    “Excuse me, dear Goat,” he said in a friendly voice, “It is very dangerous for you to be at such a height. Do come down before you injure yourself. Besides, the grass is much greener and thicker down here. Take my advice, and please come down from that high cliff.”

    But the goat knew too well of the wolf’s intent.

    “You don’t care if I injure myself or not. You don’t care if I eat good grass or bad. What you care about is eating me.”


    Beware of friendly advice from an enemy.

    2 Responses to The Wolf and the Goat

    1. Hey Bad Wolf!!!
      March 18, 2014 at 3:26 pm

      Okay fine I’m coming right down,…
      I deserve a good paddle!!
      I was a naughty goat for stealing your lines ; )

    2. S
      March 18, 2014 at 8:56 pm

      This is fantastic, lesson learned 🙂

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