The Wolf and the Woolly Sheep
A Tale of Nature’s Balance
Once upon a time, in a far away forest, lived a woolly sheep and a wolf. The wolf was hungry and wanted to eat the sheep. But the sheep was clever and managed to outsmart the wolf and keep herself safe.
The Wolf’s Clever Plan
The wolf thought of a clever plan. He would pretend to be a friend of the sheep and try to befriend her. He would be nice to the sheep and bring her food and water. He hoped that if he were nice to the sheep, she would eventually trust him and be less wary of his presence.
The Sheep’s Clever Plan
The sheep was also clever. She knew that the wolf wanted to eat her, so she devised a plan. She would accept the wolf’s gifts, but she would never let him get too close. She would graze in open fields where she could see the wolf from a distance, but she would always stay far away from him.
The Balance of Nature
The wolf and the woolly sheep lived peacefully in the forest, with the sheep always keeping her distance from the wolf. They had an understanding; the wolf would not try to harm the sheep and the sheep would not let the wolf get too close. This balance of nature kept the wolf and the woolly sheep safe.
The Moral of the Story
This story shows us the importance of balance in nature. The wolf and the woolly sheep found a way to coexist in the same forest without either of them getting hurt. We should take this lesson to heart and strive to find a way to coexist with nature, not against it.