Aesop's Fables III
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?
On a clear morning in April, the announcer was beating his drum in the central square, and all the residents of the village gathered around to hear what he had to proclaim. Once there were a respectable amount of people standing around him, making him feel all important, the announcer puffed up his chest and began:
"The Royal Prince Hardship will leave for a tour of the kingdom after one week. However the royal proclaimer Bogus Fortitude-us will leave today and be sure to announce the Prince's arrival well in advance in each town and village of the kingdom."
AnswerFalse confidence is the forerunner of misfortune.
Bogus - False
Fortitude - Confidence
Hardship - Misfortune
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