Short Child Stories from China: Lessons from Geese| Feutres Coloriage
We have posted a lot of short stories from China in the past few days. All Chinese folklore on this blog contains lessons that can be learned. One of the most popular folklore we like is the fairy tale of the child we posted today. Happy reading.
The day has begun in the afternoon, and the sun is in the west. On a hill, the king and a very clever archer were standing looking at the sky.
“Soon, there will be swarms of geese crossing the sky. I want to see your expertise in archery, “said the king.
“Take it easy, sir. I’ll shoot the goose without using arrows, “replied the archer confidently.
It turns out that the king’s words are true. Not long after, swarms of swans crossed the sky. They fly by marching.
“Is it true that you can shoot the goose until it falls?” Asked the king, disbelieving.
“Do you doubt my expertise? I will make the goose fall in the back row, “replied the archer.
The geese flew away. Now, only the geese in the back row are still visible. The young man also pulled a bow without arrows. On the count of three, the archer releases the bow.
Wonderful! The goose who was in the back row suddenly fell down, just like being hit by an arrow. The king became very impressed with the archer.
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“Tell me. Why can the goose fall without you using arrows? “Asked the king, asking for an explanation.
“Indeed, the goose has been injured before,” said the archer.
“However, there is not the slightest wound on the goose’s body,” said the king, increasingly surprised.
“Not his body was injured, but his heart. The goose felt sad, because He was in the back row. The goose flew with a sad heart. Moreover, he heard the sound of my bow. Increased sadness and fear of the goose. He also could not control his flight and fell, “explained the archer.
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The king was more amazed by the archer’s greatness and intelligence. Apparently, there are many lessons he can get from a goose that flies the rear. The king and the archer then returned to the palace. The king no longer doubted the archer’s ability.
The moral message of Short Child Stories from China: The lesson from Goose is never to be too sad with the spa you get. Grieving constantly will only make you worse and fall.