importance of truth- maura chase

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  • beginning
  • heed my message
  • im smarter than a silly old bird
  • lying
  • of course not!?
  • did you force the cheetah to attack that flamingo?
  • what really happened
  • he spoke that your spots are hideous!
  • A young, irresponsible monkey was being talked to by a bird, who was telling him his lying would lead to horrid causes or death. the monkey refused to listen
  • importance of truth
  • The young monkey lied straight to the king of Africa, the lion, because as it had been, the small monkey had told the cheetah that the flamingo had insulted his spots.
  • accepting the end
  • And so, the cheetah had scared,bit,and scratched the flamingo
  • importance of truth- end
  • The cheetah told the truth that monkey had stated that he was told the pink bird had insulted his stripes, and had attacked the flamingo.
  • And so the monkey had gotten his payback, though it was not a pretty scene, he still lived, but would have scars, and was banished.
  • It had been much more lively for other animals, but the monkey ad learned one thing, that there are huge effects when you lie.
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