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“Father, what does this mean?” she asked.
Taking a few steps back, the fox jumped and just missed the hanging grapes. Again the fox took a few paces back and tried to reach them but still failed.

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short stories for adults with moral, Language Skills Abroad

‘One afternoon, a fox was walking through the forest and spotted a bunch of grapes hanging from a lofty branch.

“Once upon a time a psychology professor walked around on a stage while teaching stress management principles to an auditorium filled with students. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the typical ‘glass half empty or glass half full’ question. Instead, with a smile on her face, the professor asked, ‘How heavy is this glass of water I’m holding?’

short stories for adults with moral, Language Skills Abroad
I scratched my head. “Well then, don’t you think your time could be better spent? I mean, I think your efforts are kind and all, but there are freshwater turtles living in lakes all around the world. And 99% of these turtles don’t have kind people like you to help them clean off their shells. So, no offense… but how exactly are your localized efforts here truly making a difference?”
“Wow! That’s really nice of you!” I exclaimed.

short stories for adults with moral, Language Skills Abroad
The marine biologist then inserted a clear fiberglass to create two sections within the tank. He placed the shark in one section and smaller fished in the other section.
After a few weeks the monk came to visit the man to follow up on the man’s progress. As the monk walked towards the man’s room, the appointed painter poured a bucket of green paint on the monk. The monk could see that the whole corridor and the room was painted green. As the monk inquired for the reason for painting everything green, the wealthy man said that he was only following the monk’s advice to look at only green.

short stories for adults with moral, Language Skills Abroad
Slowly I’m seeing the light. I need to love myself first the to expect someone else to love me…right. Wow.
Hi, I am really sorry to hear about your sister but equally happy to know that you are blessed with a child. I just thought of putting my experience here if not completely but to relieve me off the pain and agony that is going on within me atleast for a while. I am from India and currently in my late twenties. I recently had a miscarriage for a child I have been expecting and trying for for the past 2 months. I had the miscarriage not due to any medical problem but due to my sudden and stressful flight from Dubai( my husband’s home) to parent’s home and carrying of heavy luggage. I left to come to my parent’s home not for the pleasure of it but because my husband asked me to leave saying I don’t pay my rent. His parents were on speaker constantly goading him to fight me further. This sort of fight used to happen every now and then. Every time I contemplated leaving , I used to hold myself back not really wanting to break the marriage. Typically like a conventional virgin girl, I was devoted to my husband even before I knew him, never kept any boyfriend as my parents were conservative and believed in arranged marriages. But after I got married, I got to know through his whatsapp messages, that he kept an illicit relationship with a girl with whom he used to exchange terms of endearment. When he got to know that I was sneaking on his mobile, he hit me black and blue. Even when I remember the way and the manner in which he hit me, I dont have any words to express how hurt I feel. A week after he got to know that I am pregnant, he threatened me with a divorce during an altercation with him. Also he is always in the habit of calling up his parents in skype and call and involving them in the tiniest of the fight. I also recall, the fights used to exacerbate to a horrible extent after his parent’s involvement as they in turn would call up my parents and have a list of complains ready against me. Not just that, his parents used abusive language against my parents right in front of me.His dad used to make unusual advances at me when I got married which used to make me highly uncomfortable but I used to get out of the room on some pretext so he cannot harm me or touch me.During my pregnancy, my husband used to serve me a bowl of cornflakes in the mornings- when his mom got to know about this, she immediately called me up and said that I am exploiting her son and taking advantage of my pregnancy.What sort of mother in law talks like this to her daughter in law, barely 1 year into the marriage .I was working before but just a month back I took a sudden flight to my parents leaving behind my job and also suffered a miscarriage. Eternally hopeful as I am, that they realise their mistake, I have never felt this unsure about my future. I am hoping against hope that my husband comes for me. He only leaves a mail expressing his concern instead of coming to fetch me which makes me doubt his integrity. Did all those intimate moments with him was his lust and not real love for me? As I loved him sincerely. I wish Almighty for a miracle to save my marriage without losing my life or personality.

short stories for adults with moral, Language Skills Abroad
There once was a blind woman who hated herself purely because she could not see. The only person she loved was her boyfriend, as he was always there for her. She said that if she could only see the world, then she would marry him.
It was an incredibly hot day and a lion was feeling very hungry.

short stories for adults with moral, Language Skills Abroad
These stories are so inspiring and so much fun to read. I enjoyed them.
Our happiness lies in the happiness of other people. Give them their happiness; you will get your own happiness. And this is the purpose of human life…the pursuit of happiness.”

short stories for adults with moral, Language Skills Abroad
Dan Western is the founder of Wealthy Gorilla. Dan has been running Wealthy Gorilla for the last 5 years, whilst traveling the world and being able to call Bali, Indonesia, his HQ. To this day, Wealthy Gorilla has become one of the fastest growing self-development sites in the world; with over 40 million views worldwide, and more than 200,000 followers on social media. Dan’s mission is simply, to inspire others to live their dreams and be the person to whom they say; “Because of you, I never gave up.”
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short stories for adults with moral, Language Skills Abroad
Moral: Success depends on using your talents, not just having them.
When I first watched this video, as the professor poured the water into a glass, I expected him to ask the typical “glass half empty or glass half full” question. Instead, the professor asked, “How heavy is this glass of water?” Students shouted out answers ranging from eight ounces to sixteen ounces.

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