The Mischievous Dog
Posted October 23, 2012on:
Once upon a time there was a man who had a wild and mischievous dog Though he tried to train and tame his dog but in vain. One day the dog bit a poor servant out of mischief. To get rid of the nasty dog, his master was taking him to, far off forest to leave him there. Seeing this, his neighbor suggested: “That’s not the correct way friend. To tame such a wild animal is to fix a chain around his neck and attach a heavy wooden block to the end of it. That will stop him from biting and disturbing others.”
Agreeing with his neighbor the master did the same.
Next day the dog, looking at his wooden block went down to market place, shaking and making rowdy sound to attract everyone’s attention as protest.
An old dog came near him and said, “If I were in your place I would make less noise and not draw people’s attention like you.”
Wearing a strap is a mark of fame and not a symbol of shame!”
MORAL OF THE STORY:
Some people often mistake cheap publicity for fame