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A tuna chased by a dolphin, was fleeing with big tumult. On the verge of being taken, the force of his jump threw him on the shore. 

Taken by the same impulse, the dolphin also ended in the same place. The tuna turned and saw the defín exhaling the last sigh.

"It is not important for me to die - he said-, because I see dying with me the culprit of my death."


We suffer with less pain the misfortunes that others make us endure, when we see them shared with whom cause them to us.

 

 

 

 
 

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