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A Wasp seated himself upon the head of a Snake and, striking him unceasingly with his stings, wounded him to death. The Snake, being in great torment and not knowing how to rid himself of his enemy, saw a wagon heavily laden with wood, and went and purposely placed his head under the wheels, saying, 

"At least my enemy and I shall perish together."

 

The suicide, when it is used to damage others, is only a mad consolation of those who recognizes themselves as cowards and defeated.

 

 

 

 
 

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