Aesop's Fables I
We've all read Aesop's Fables in one form or another. These interesting stories captivate our attention and always leave us with a moral. One of those morals is hidden in the story below. Can you find it?
Young Creation Smith went to the bank on a trip from school. The trip was meant to show children how banks worked and to instill in children the concept of saving. Creation was surprised and told the teller explaining the facilities offered by the bank, "Mr. Teller, I'm here all the time! My mom has an account here!"
"Really? That's great!" said Mr. Teller. "What's her name?"
Creation said his mom's name was Mrs. Need Smith.
AnswerNecessity is the mother of invention.
Mrs. Need (Necessity) Smith is the mother of young Creation (Invention) Smith.
This moral is described in the Aesop's Fable titled "The Crow and The Pitcher", where the crow learns by necessity, a way to bring the water in the pitcher to the brim to enable the crow to drink it.
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