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One day said a hare to a fox:

"¿May you say to me if really it is true that you have many profits, and why do they call you the winner?"

"If you want to know it - answered the fox-, I invite you to have dinner with me."

The hare accepted the invitation and followed him; but after arriving to the house of the fox the hare saw that there was no any more dinner than the same hare. Then the hare said :

"To the end I understand for my misfortune where from your name comes: it does not come from your works, but from your tricks!"

 

Never ask for lessons to the malefactors, since yourself will be the topic of the lesson.

 

   

 

 
 

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