short stories with moral values

short stories with moral values, Language Skills Abroad
The story teaches us many life lessons such as “Hard work along with teamwork leads to success,” “Hard work always pays off,” “No pain, no gain,” and “The pain you feel today will be the strength you need tomorrow.” Read the full story here.
This is a story of two woodcutters named Deena and Soma. Deena was hard working while Soma was lazy. As Deena went for his usual work, his axe slipped from his hand and fell into the river. He started to cry as this was his only bread and butter. Soon, God appeared and offered to help him. He depicted the whole incident and soon, God took out a golden axe. But Deena said no without any hitch. Then, God presented a silver axe, but Deena again denied. Finally, God took out his iron axe. Deena was overjoyed and accepted his axe.

short stories with moral values, Language Skills Abroad
After a while, he got bored and cried ‘wolf!’ again, fooling the villagers a second time. The angry villagers warned the boy a second time and left. The boy continued watching the flock. After a while, he saw a real wolf and cried loudly, “Wolf! Please help! The wolf is chasing the sheep. Help!”
Stories are, perhaps, the best way to teach life lessons to children. You can teach them the values and morals without being preachy.

short stories with moral values, Language Skills Abroad

“When someone hurts us we should write it down in sand where winds of forgiveness can erase it away. But, when someone does something good for us, we must engrave it in stone where no wind can ever erase it.”

The daughter, moaned and impatiently waited, wondering what he was doing. After twenty minutes he turned off the burners.

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Wisdom is better than wealth Not rated yet
once upon a time there lived a king. The king has only his one son Vijay. Vijay was very proud of his fathers wealth. On in the other way there is …

short stories with moral values, Language Skills Abroad
But this time, no one turned up to help. By evening, when the boy didn’t return home, the villagers wondered what happened to him and went up to the hill. The boy sat on the hill weeping. “Why didn’t you come when I called out that there was a wolf?” he asked angrily. “The flock is scattered now”, he said.
Moral: Success depends on using your talents, not just having them.

short stories with moral values, Language Skills Abroad
When the little wave was in the state of panic another wave came across and asked the little wave, “Why are you distressed my friend?”
Moral of the short story:

short stories with moral values, Language Skills Abroad
Good or Bad how amazing is it that she believes in Destiny, she believes in God, she believes that he is there for everybody no matter what.
Criticising for no money and praising you because you have the money. It’s such a disgrace for humanity and it’ shows animal a magnificent creature than us.

There is overlap between the stories for children and adults. Many of them are suitable for both. I’ve divided them as a general indication of their difficulty level.
by Candace Bacon 5

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नैतिक शिक्षा – जिसका काम उसी को साजे , शेर ने आदमी की नक़ल करनी चाही और परिणाम गलत साबित हुआ।

This beautifully animated story deals with the closeted topic of death in a very skilful way. It revolves around Noorie, whose world collapses completely after her sister Zoya passes away. Everything in her once stable life feels shaken up.
Moral: Always tell the truth because a liar won’t be trusted.