A farmer once said:
“I was cleaning one of the sheepcotes and saw a wolf had given birth to 4 cubs, in a warm corner, away from sheep.
The mother wolf went out of my farm and brought food for her cubs. She felt safe in my farm and knew I wouldn’t hurt her cubs and her. I just kept an eye on her so she wouldn’t put my sheep in danger, amazingly she cared not to, as an appreciation of my hospitality.
Every day I saw she brought sheep, chicken, gazelle for her cubs. Even though she saw my sheep every single day, but did look at them as a part of a family. I still had the count of every sheep and didn’t take my eyes off her.
Cubs grew up so fast, and one of the days that mother wolf was out to hunt, two of the cubs killed one of the sheep on my farm. I just waited for the mother wolf to come back and see what would her reaction be to the situation.
When The mother wolf saw what has happened, started howling and bay. Then she began to move cubs one by one out from my farm.
The next day I saw her grabbing a sheep with her teeth, without injuring it and brought it to my farm and left.
I always knew wolves as wild, ferocious, and brutal.
But I never believed If a human helps them and shelter them, they would never betray, and if any of them become ungrateful, they would compensation it fast.”
“But unfortunately, this true story doesn’t relate to many humans. Some of us are crueler than a wolf.”
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