Peter finally turned 10 and was able to sheep-heard. Everyone in the village is a sheep hearder. The problem with Peter was he got very distracted easily.
Peter was very bored during the day so he decided to start yelling "WOLFFFFFF HELPPP WOLFFFFFF!" As he expected, the people of the village ran to help ,but there was no wolf there, so annoyed went back to doing their daily work. Peter was just laughing.
Peter's perception was that it was funny when the other villagers came running to "save him from the wolf" but the reality was the villagers were annoyed and when he called, "WOLF" the third time the people did not come because they didn't believe that there was a real wolf there. The third time the boy Peter called wolf there really was a wolf and it ate Peter, and all the sheep.
Days after the incident the villagers forgot about it . Peter would pay attention to the sheep but would get very bored easily, again he decided it would be funny to yell "WOLFFFFF," and again the villagers ran with pitch forks and fire to scare again the wolf they thought was there. When they arrived running up the hill to save the poor boy and his sheep , there was just peter sitting there on a rock.
That night Peter got in trouble by him mom and dad and went to bed without supper . Peter was still amused...
Peter went out to watch the sheep and see's something in the distance. A wolf. Peter , actually scared, yelled wolf. The people in the village just ignored it because they figured that he is lying to them for a laugh. This tie there really was a wolf and that wolf came and ate Peter and all the sheep.
PERCEPTION AND REALITY
The word reality means , the word of state of things that actually exist. Perception is what the reader or somebody thinks is happening but it isn't really exactly true