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A man hunted a crow, took a thread and tied it to his paw and delivered him to his son.

But the crow, not being able to accept to live prisoner in that home, made use of a moment of freedom in an oversight to flee and tried to return to his nest. But the thread got entangled in the branches of a tree and the bird could not fly any more, remaining caught. Seeing his death nearby, he said:

"Fact is! For not having tolerated the slavery between the men, I meet now ending my life."

 

As greater are the values that are looked for, greater are the risks.

 

 

 
 

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