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Think Different : Win-Win at The End [page 1]

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Story from Tripitaka

 

 

Story from Tripitaka

Retold by Siamese CAT

Translate to English by Hui-Ha

A cave, at the foot of the mountain,

 lion and tiger,

 the pal friends lived happily together for many years.

 Both animals took turn in hunting time.

The lion would hunt for food in moonlit night,

 while the tiger would roam for food in moonless night.  

 The different in their daily routine

 led them to different experiences. 

 Late in the moonlit night lion go out to hunt,

 the wind blew strongly causing the lion a sharp cold

that he mused out ,

“Oh… the waxing moon night must cause such cold weather.” 

 Contrary,

 in moonless night,

 it’s time for tiger to find for food.

The wind blew so strong as usual

 till the tiger felt cold into it’s spinal,

the tiger ponder in darkness behind a bush

“Ah…the chilly wind blew

 because it was the waning moon night.”     

 

One day,

 the two animals talked about the weather and the lion said

 “It was really cold whenever the moonlit night.” 

The tiger heard so then suddenly opposed

“I thought your word was wrong.

 It’s the moonless night that was chilly.

 Every time I went out hunting late at night,

I nearly froze to death behind the bush.”

 

Then, Both tiger and lion screaming to each other

 argued loudly through the forest.

 

 When there was no any agreement,

 they go to a hermit who practice himself at that mountain foot

 and asked him to judge.

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