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There lived a woodcutter in a village. One day while he was cutting wood near a river, his axe slipped and fell into the river. He hunted it for a long while, but he could not find it. So he was lamenting. Then a beautiful fairy appeared before him. “What’s the matter?” asked the fairy. The woodman
The Woodcutter and his Axe Completing Story
There lived a woodcutter in a village. One day while he was cutting wood near a river, his axe slipped and fell into the river. He hunted it for a long while, but he could not find it. So he was lamenting.
Then a beautiful fairy appeared before him. “What’s the matter?” asked the fairy. The woodman told him of his trouble. “I am sorry your axe is lost,” said the fairy.
“Would you know it if you were to see it? I found an axe in the river. It may be yours. Is this it?” he asked, holding out a gold axe. “No,” answered the woodman, “that is not my axe.” “I found another,” said the man.
“This must be the one,” and he held out a silver axe. “No, that is not mine,” replied the woodman. “I am too poor a man to own such an axe as that.”
“Well, here is another axe that I found. Is this yours?”
The fairy held out an old axe of steel. “That is mine, oh, that is mine!” cried the woodman. The fairy said, “All three of the axes are yours.
I am glad to make you a present of the gold axe and the silver axe. Let me have your hand. I am happy to meet an honest man.”
The woodman’s neighbors heard of his good fortune. He went to the river and while cutting wood he threw his axe into the river willingly. Then he sat there sadly.
The fairy came and said to him, “Why do you grieve, my friend?” “I have lost my axe with which I earned my living,” the woodman replied. “I have an axe here. Is it yours?”
“That is the very one,” said the woodman. “Thank you, fairy,” and he reached out his hand to take the gold axe. But the fairy drew back, and put the ax behind him.
“It is not your axe. It is my own, and you wish to claim it. You are both dishonest and untruthful;” and he turned away.
Moral: Honesty is the best policy.
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