What is the Moral of the story " Fox and the grapes"?.

Actually my kid has particpated in story telling in her school. She has prepared well for it except the moral can any one suggest a simple moral which a 5 year kid could learn easlily.
Category: General Reference 6 years ago
Sanjeev Gupta
Asked 6 years ago

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If you cannot get something, just say that this is useless.
Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
Answered 6 years ago
Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

If you fail to achieve what you longed to achieve for an entire life time, instead of admitting your failure, you say, "I was never serious about it." And the fox will say, "grapes are savor."
rambabu
Answered 6 years ago
rambabu

I guess lazy people always go for such excuses when they don't able to achieve something. So it is about never accepting their defeat.
AKP
Answered 6 years ago
AKP

Fox in the story suffered because he was greedy. I will suggest you a good but simple morale of the story.
"Greediness in any living being brings about sadness and sufferings."
Devyani Sarkar
Answered 6 years ago
Devyani Sarkar

The moral of the story is that if you not try out enough hard to achieve something, you end of disregarding it as being possible
smriti jha
Answered 6 years ago
smriti jha

When one is not successful in achieving something, he tends to blame that the isn't worthwhile not necessary to waste energy there. Your kid can easily remember this.
Abhijit Dnyaneshwar Bangal
Answered 6 years ago
Abhijit Dnyaneshwar Bangal

Never blame others for not reaching to the target but try allover again to be successful.
suni51
Answered 6 years ago
suni51

It shows a defeatist attitude where you blame others for your own failures. 

usha manohar
Answered 2 years ago
usha manohar

Keep trying harder. You might be successfully.

Sheetal Kumar N
Answered 10 months ago
Sheetal Kumar N

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