婴孩与乌鸦（Baby and crow）
One day, a woman went to tell the fortune of a child who could not speak, and the fortune teller predicted that the child would be killed by crows. She was so frightened that she made a large box and put the child in it for protection, and she opened the box regularly to bring food and water to the child. Once, she was opening the lid of the box to deliver water to the child, and the child naughtily stuck his head out, but the crow-shaped buckle on the box smashed on the door of the child's head, killing him.
was opening the lid of the box to deliver water to the child, and the child naughtily stuck his head out, but the crow-shaped buckle on the box smashed on the door of the child's head, killing him.
Moral: The disaster that should come cannot be avoided, only to improve your ability to fight against the disaster.
儿子与画的狮子（Son with a painted lion）
There was a timid old man who had an only child, who was brave and naturally fond of hunting. Once, the old man dreamed that his son was tragically bitten to death by a lion. He was so terrified that this dream would become a reality, so he built a beautiful house in the air, locked his son in it, and protected him. In order to make his son happy, the old man painted various animals on the wall, including lions. However, the more the child looked at the painting, the more troubled he became. Once, standing next to a painting of a lion, he said, "Hey, you odious beast, I was kept in this cell-like room for the sake of your and my father's ridiculous dreams." As he spoke, he threw his fist against the wall, as if he were going to beat the lion to death. Unexpectedly, a thorn burrowed into his nails, and he was in excruciating pain, and finally the inflammation caused a high fever that did not go away, and he died not long after. Originally a lion painted on the wall, it killed the child. The father's elaborate arrangements are harmful to the child.
Moral: People should be brave enough to face difficulties without any tricks to avoid it.