1st Year NotesEnglish class 11th

First Year English Moral Stories: Honesty is the Best Policy

First Year English Moral Stories: Honesty is the Best Policy

1st: Honesty is the Best Policy

Once a poor woodcutter was felling a tree near the bank of the river. By chance, his axe fell into the river. He did not know how to swim. He began to weep over his loss. Suddenly an angel came there. The woodcutter told him his sad story. The angel consoled him. Then he dived into the river and brought out a golden axe. The woodcutter refused to accept it because it was not his axe. The angel dived again into the river and brought out a silver axe. But the woodcutter refused to accept it too because it was also not his axe. Upon this, the angel dived for the third time and brought out an iron axe. The woodcutter cried with joy. He at once, accepted it because it was his axe. The angel was much impressed by the honesty of the woodcutter. He gave him the other two axes also as a reward for his honesty.

Moral: Honesty is the best policy

2nd: Honesty is the Best Policy

Once upon a time, there was a poor woodcutter who worked near a river. One day, while he was cutting down a tree, his axe slipped from his hand and fell into the river. The woodcutter didn’t know how to swim, so he felt really sad and started to cry. Suddenly, an angel appeared by the river. The woodcutter shared his sad story with the angel. The angel comforted him and dived into the river. When the angel came back, he had a shiny golden axe. But the woodcutter was honest and said, “No, that’s not my axe.” The angel dived again and brought up a silver axe. The woodcutter refused it, saying it wasn’t his axe either. The angel dived once more and retrieved an iron axe. The woodcutter’s face lit up with joy because that was his axe. He accepted it happily. The angel was very impressed by the woodcutter’s honesty and gave him all three axes as a reward.

Moral: Being honest is the best way to live.

3rd: Honesty is the Best Policy

Once upon a time, there was a poor woodcutter who worked near a river. He was cutting a tree when his axe fell into the river. The woodcutter didn’t know how to swim, and he felt very sad about losing his axe.

Suddenly, an angel appeared. The woodcutter shared his story, and the angel dived into the river. The angel brought up a golden axe, but the woodcutter refused it because it wasn’t his. The angel then brought a silver axe, but that also wasn’t his. Finally, the angel brought up an iron axe, and the woodcutter recognized it as his own. He was overjoyed and accepted it.

The angel rewarded the woodcutter with all three axes for his honesty.

Moral: Honesty is the best policy.

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