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The Hare And The Tortoise || Slow but Steady Progress Wins The Race

The Hare And The Tortoise:The Hare was once bragging of his speed before alternate creatures. “I have never yet been beaten,” said he, “when I set forth my full speed. I challenge any one here to race with me.”

The Hare And The Tortoise || Slow but Steady Progress Wins The Race

The Hare And The Tortoise:The Hare And The Tortoise || Slow but Steady Progress Wins The Race The Tortoise said discreetly, “I acknowledge your test.”

“That is a decent joke,” said the Hare; “I could move round all of you the way.”

“Keep your bragging till you’ve won,” addressed the Tortoise. “Might we race?”

So a course was settled and a begin was made. The Hare shot practically outside of anyone’s ability to see without a moment’s delay, however soon ceased and, to demonstrate his scorn for the Tortoise, set down to have a snooze. The Tortoise trudged on and trudged on, and when the Hare stirred from his snooze, he saw the Tortoise simply close to the triumphant post and couldn’t keep running up so as to spare the race.

The Hare And The Tortoise || Slow but Steady Progress Wins The Race

At that point the Tortoise stated: “Moderate however consistent advance wins the race.”

The Hare And The Tortoise Moral: “Slow but steady progress wins the race.”

The Hare And The Tortoise || Slow but Steady Progress Wins The Race

The hare and the Tortoise also from Aesop fables :

Aesop was a Greek fabulist and story teller credited with various tales now altogether known as Aesop’s Fables. In spite of the fact that his reality stays hazy and no compositions by him survive, various stories credited to him were accumulated over the hundreds of years and in numerous dialects in a narrating custom that proceeds right up ’til the present time. A hefty portion of the stories are described by creatures and lifeless things that talk, take care of issues, and by and large have human attributes.

  • Year Published The Hare And The Tortoise:1867
  • Language:English
  • Country of Origin:Greece
  • Source:Aesop (1867) Aesop’s Fables
  • Readability:
  • Word Count:168
  • Genre:Fable

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