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Fables were created by slaves as a form of mask your opinions before possible punishment. Gaius Julius Phaedrus He was a slave in Macedonia who, after getting his freedom, dedicated himself to writing about 100 fables.
In them the animals usually take the leading role in the story and it is intended to give a didactic purpose. It is a good way to teach children moral values through the stories.
The rooster and the pearl It is a children's fable by Phaedrus with a double moral: on the one hand, it teaches us that not everything has the value it appears, and on the other, that ignorance makes us disdain important things.
Some day, the rooster more of the chicken coop wandered around the farm looking for something to take to the beak.
He was unlucky, because the chicks had already finished with the corn kernels.
Then, almost buried in the earth, she found a beautiful and precious pearl. The rooster, however, was distressed:
- What a shame to have found you! Neither I can be of benefit to you, nor you are of any use to me.
Moral: The value of things depends on the needs of each one.
You can also remove a second moral: Because of the lack of preparation, the most valuable things are despised.
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