October 18, 2006

crow and rabbit

Posted in proverb at 10:40 am by Feng

This is an interesting story for the working-class people. A crow is resting on a tree, doing nothing for the whole day. A bit jealous, a rabbit asks the crow: “Can I live your life?” “Of course,” says the crow. So the rabbit stops working and starts lying under the tree, enjoying the sun and breeze. Suddenly a fox jumps out of bush, and eats the rabbit by surprise.

“Oh, dear,” the crow says to the struggling rabbit, “I forgot to tell you: to live like me, you have to sit in a very high position.”

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