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Wisdom and Virtue

February 2, 2011

As the manipulative wolf tried to outwit the wise horse, there was a moment, a moment when evil intentions appeared to win over good gestures. But as Aesop tells the story, moss does not grow on the wise, and the horse truly does see through the less than virtuous wolf.

Click on Aesop’s Fables The Wolf and The Horse to read the tale.

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  1. February 2, 2011 9:51 pm

    The wheat being bound and the ground tilled makes the land look very domesticated which gives the wolf an even more sinister feel, like he is where he should not be.

    I love parables and fables.

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