Familiar fables can be narrated differently or extended in interesting and humorous ways. The end of the famous fable ofThe Tortoise and the Hare” is well known to all: the tortoise wins the race against the hare. The moral lesson is that slow and steady wins the race. We all have grown up with this popular version, but the 1 fable can be extended with different twists. At the request of the hare, a second race is 2 and this time, the hare runs without taking a rest and wins. The moral lesson is that 3 and consistent will always beat slow and steady. Then it is the tortoise that 4 the hare to a third race along a different route in which there is a river just before the final destination. This time, the tortoise wins the race because the hare cannot swim. The moral lesson isFirst 5 your strengths, and then change the playing field to suit them.

But the story continues. Both 6 know their own drawbacks and limitations very well; therefore, they jointly decide to have one last racenot to decide who the winner or loser is, but just for their own pleasure and satisfaction. The two 7 as a team. Firstly, the hare carries the tortoise on its back to the river. Then, the tortoise carries the hare and swims to the 8 bank of the river. Lastly, the hare carries the tortoise again on its back. Thus they reach the 9 line together. Overall, many moral lessons from the last match are highlighted. The most obvious one is the importance of 10. Another moral which also means a great deal iscompetition against situations rather than against rivals.

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