Narrow Escape

Once lived a wild cat and witty rat in the village. The cat is being reared by the farmer, cat was active and use to catch the rats and helped farmer to have piles of stock of grains in his godown.

One day afternoon cat was        hungry searching for a rat suddenly a witty rat appeared infront of it. Cat was happy it started to chase a rat,  cat was tested its patience . Cat chased the rat but failed to eat it rat had a narrow escape. As days passed wild cat and witty rat became old both died of their old age and born as human beings in their next birth. They were the bike racers named Steve and Smith respectively. Smith who was wild cat in his previous birth and Steve was a witty rat. Both were a foe’s in their professional life.

Smith and Steve were getting cheered in the stadium  some were calling names of them “Steve… Steve come on” and others “Smith… Smith hip hip hurray” bike race was about to begin, Steve gave a wierd glance at Smith. Smith started his bike and began to chase Steve, Steve was on high speed and was about to win just a second Smith managed to reach and defeat him. Smith was delighted and gave a smile to Steve. It was won situation for Smith and a narrow escape from defeat.

Moral of the story is there are many relationships in our lives, we want always to have narrow escape from defeat and win as witty rat (Steve) and wild cat (Smith) did, but at the end they won in their respective life they led, lets be a jovial and give a smile as Smith (wild cat) did at the end of the victory , win and lose situations are on the fate and on our instincts, let’s be happy and do not be rat and cat and not be a foe be a friend .


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