I bet I can get that fish before you cause I'm big and more powerful than you
I don't think so
Once on a snowy night, there was a polar bear. He was wandering around looking for fish in the water. Then he saw a penguin on the other side of the lake.
The penguin hollered out to the polar bear and asked him why he was in this area of the snowy forest.
I want the bigger fish
Then there was a fish in the water and they both wanted to get it and eat it. So the competition began and they both dove in the water to get the fish.
Theme / Moral / Lesson
They fought for the fish, the polar bear won the competition and devoured the fish. But then there was another fish in the water and this fish was a lot larger than the first one. The penguin saw it right away and swam for it.
The polar bear saw that the penguin had grabbed the larger fish and he was jealous of him because he had gotten the smaller one.
The moral of this story is not to be overconfident because you will have bad results to come, and being big and powerful doesn't mean you'll achieve something good all the time.