Singing Swan Story | Aesop’s Fables

Singing Swan

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Once upon a time, there was a very wealthy man who lived in a massive mansion. One day, he went to the market, where he came across a man selling a goose. The rich man purchased the goose, thinking that he would have it for dinner that evening. As he continued walking, he stumbled upon another man selling a swan that had the remarkable ability to sing. Intrigued, the wealthy man bought the swan for his own entertainment.

Upon returning home, the cook prepared to make dinner, and when the time came to retrieve the goose, he accidentally picked up the swan instead. In the darkness, the cook was unable to distinguish between the two birds, and the swan, realizing that it was in danger, began to sing loudly. The cook soon realized his mistake and set the swan free, instead choosing the correct goose for the evening meal.

The swan was grateful to have been saved from certain death and lived happily ever after, singing and entertaining all who came to listen.

The moral of the story is that one should always be grateful for the unexpected twists and turns of life. The swan, who was initially purchased for entertainment, was able to save its own life by using its unique talent. This reminds us that every individual has their own special talents and abilities, and that we should be appreciative of these gifts, as they may come in handy in unexpected ways. The story also shows how important it is to pay attention to your surroundings, since the cook’s mistake could have led to much worse problems.

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