Cap-seller and the Monkeys
In a hot summer day a cap-seller was selling caps from door to door. At noon he felt tired, he sat under the shade of a tree to take some rest.
Soon he felt asleep with a cap in his head and leaving other caps beside his head. After an hour he woke up and saw not a single cap was there.
He looked round for the caps but did not find any. Then he looked up and saw some monkeys on the tree and each of them had a cap on their head and they were making merry.
Then the cap-seller hit upon a plan to get back the caps. He knew that monkeys were fond of imitating. The cap-seller threw his own cap on the ground. The monkeys noticed it and they also threw their own cap on the round. The cap-seller picked up all the caps from the ground and went away.
The moral of the above story is “Intelligence is the great strength“.