Esope has such a great mind of telling fables to people. Teaching tales and giving advice is what you do best. In the fable, “The Taill of the Lyoun and the Mouse,” is expression for letting the world know to be kind to their kinsmen.
The mice save the lion from this horrid fate of being caught in a net. They could have easily been killed saving their king, but they were spared. This is how a King should treat his people. They have done well by saving their king. The mice banded together, even though you could have been eaten. Thy mice are very brave and did a good deed. I praise them. Sacrifice is what makes up good morals. My son sacrificed himself for the good of others. Thou are strong. Thou needs to save the ruler of thy land.
Be brave. Be helpful to thy king. Do not take your people for grant it, Sir king of Scotland. Appreciate all they have done for you. The Lord was eventually appreciated for his praise and the miracles he performed for others. He was brave and was able to sacrifice himself for others. Are you able to say that, king? I surely hope so.
This fable also teaches bravery and strength in its utmost forms. It is the strength of these young mice that carry the king. Remember that? Thou have people working under you, helping you and making your kingdom run well. Never let it go. Never take something you have for grant it. Because what is a king without his kinsmen? Thou needs to be sure to respect and appreciate them. Thy king is of great power and is supposed to rule the land as well as keep order.
The common folk are unguided. In this fable, when they see their king in trouble, thy have no respect for him. Thy would have waited for their demands to be met before saving him. The moral of this story is to learn to mercy’s power in thy own heart. It should not be that way. Thy should always stand by King, and a king should always stand by thy people. It is a give and take relationship. Always stand by thy king. Always help thy king when he’s in trouble. As a king should always help thy noblemen when they are in trouble. Never take your noblemen for grant it, dear king as your noblemen should never take you for grant it. Appreciate each other and never let each other down.