World Mythology morality project
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One day, a girl was walking a path through the woods at twilight, wanting to explore the nature around her. Her mother warned her to never venture off the path, never trust any creatures, especially foxes, and to come back by dark
Soon it was getting dark, and the girl decided to turn around to go home.
A little whiles after she turned, there was a split in the road. "Oh, dear," She said. "Which way did I go?" "I've been watching you," A voice said from the shadows, and the girl jumped and turned towards the voice. "Go left." "Why should I trust you? Come out of the shadows," The girl demanded.
The creature came out of the shadows, revealing himself to be a fox. "A fox? I would never trust a inning trickster like you. You'll lead me to my death!" The girl exclaimed, and started walking the path to the right. "No, stop!" The fox exclaimed. "I'm not trying to trick you, I"m trying to help! You're in danger! There's a bear den on that path!" But the girl payed the fox no heed.
True to what the fox said, there was indeed a bear's den on the path. The girl screamed as the mamma bear looked at her threateningly. "Don't move," The fox whispered, and the terrified girl stood still. "Good. Now, move very slowly backwards towards me. No sudden movements" The girl decided to take her chances and walk slowly back towards the fox. When she was almost there, the made a sudden movement, and the bear lunged forwards. The fox came up to meet him, claws outstreched, and he saved the girl from getting hurt by the bear.
"I'm sorry I didn't trust you," The girl said as she saw the exit to the forest on the path, walking next to the fox. "You've been such a great help." "You can't judge one animal by the actions of all the others of their kind," The fox said, and the girl nodded and smiled at the fox before heading safely home.
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