How the Obedience of children made them rich

Once upon a time, a monster who can speak and understand other’s languages. He was fond of collecting precious things and gold. He lived on a big old tree branch and buried his treasure.

One day, an old lady came into the jungle with her four young children. Her children were very obedient to her as she was a very warm-hearted and kind woman, raising her children with good deeds. They came to take a rest at the same tree where the monster lives. The monster has seen what was happening.

The lady ordered her first child to give her the stone for the stove, gave the order to the second one to find water, the third one to find out wood for the fire, and the fourth one to take out a big pot from their luggage. Her children immediately followed her order and put a big pot on the fire to boil water, but they have nothing to cook. They were boiling water.

Monster seeing this, he saw that the children were obedient to her. He said: Hello!! Lady. The lady looks at him, but she didn’t seem afraid of him. The monster said: Why are you boiling water? Rather you have nothing to cook? What will you cook in it? She replied: we will be cooking you!! The monster got frightened and he actually thought they will be eating him.

He was afraid of death, so he said to the lady: “Don’t cook me, there is some treasure buried near the tree”. When they dug, they found the treasure, so they got amazed and kept all the treasure.

The family returned to their village. The monster was happy that they left the jungle. In fact, the lady was feeble and they even don’t have anything to eat. The obedience of her children made them rich.

When they got rich, a neighbor of the lady comes to their house and asks how they became rich. The lady doesn’t want to tell her and she only tells that we become rich with hard work, but the lady didn’t believe it. At last, she tells what actually happened. So the neighbor also became hopeful of getting rich.

The next day, the lady took her children and sat under the same tree. The monster was silently looking at them. The lady ordered her first child to go and take some stones and give her, but he replied rudely: “What you will do with the stones, do you want to put them into your head?” The lady then ordered her second child to find out wood for the fire, but he replied: “Why do you want a fire? Do you want to burn us in the fire?” The lady also ordered her third to find out water, but he replied: “What you want to do with water? Do you want to put us in the water?”. The monster then started laughing at them.

He frightened them to go away from here, the lady who took the treasure, have obedient children, and she deserves to be rich. The lady feels very ashamed. The lady who had obedient children was also obedient to her parents. Similarly, the other lady was not obedient to her parents.

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