The wizard wolf then spoke to the pig "come to my den, you've had a long night and you need some sleep" and without speaking another word the wolf turned and walked away, the pig trotting along behind him.
You have been rude, and selfish. you don't care how other people feel or what happens to them because of you and because of your greediness and selfishness you will never be special !
They had been walking a long time, the wolf hadn't spoke or turned around to see if the pig was there once. Then, suddenly, the wolf stopped and turned around next to a large cave. The wizard looked at the pig then, yet again, turned around without a word and entered in the cave.
The moral or lesson of this story is that being greedy and selfish is never a good option and never has good consequences. For example, in this story the pig is selfish and doesn't care about other people and does everything for himself only.
Once they were in the cave the wolf spoke again in that slow, to cheery voice "I am the wizard wolf, and in this room I can see every thing that has happened, past, present, and future... and you, have done horrible things." When the wolf finished the sentence his voice had no cherry feeling in it at all.
MORAL or LESSON
Then the wolf lashed out at the pig yelling warnings and that he would spend the rest of his life serving a creature called human beings and that he would never be special and he would always be an ordinary average pink pig. When the wizard had finished speaking he yelled some strange word that sounded like "PORCUS!" Then, very slowly the pig started to fade away.
Once the pig had reformed he looked around and saw to is horror, that he wasnt in the forest, or the cave he was next to some strange red building. There were so many animals he had never seen,the wierdest of them all was the skinny creature walking on two feet,but the worst of all was that the pigs looked just like him... pink. Still, to this day, pigs walk on the earth as pink as can be.