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Another voice, a penetrating voice had formerly the Kite. 

But he heard one day to a Horse to neigh admirably, and wanted to imitate him. 

But in spite of all his attempts, he did not manage to adopt exactly the voice of the horse and lost also his own voice. 

This way, he stayed without the voice of the horse and without his ancient voice.

 

Never try to imitate the qualities of your neighbor if you do not have the preparation and conditions sufficient to do it, since you might be qualified as a envious and unsuccessful one.

 

 

 

 
 

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