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A lesson given to a bad boy by a black, small spider.

A myth submitted to the site by PRIYAL KESURWALA

London, UK

Once upon a time in a huge city, there lives a bad boy with his parents and grandparents. That boy’s name is Jack who didn’t listen to his parents. “Jack, Jack now its end of your playing time now you need to study sincerely.” Shouted his mum angrily. Even most of the time he doesn’t do his home learning or give it on time. One day his teacher complained of him about the home learning to his parents. His parents were very angry as well as upset. They were thinking that if jack continue doing this how will be his future.

One day when he was in his classroom as usual he wasn’t concentrating on his work meanwhile he saw a black, small spider. He saw that spider was trying hard to climb up to the wall and could build web however the spider climb up a little then fell down again and again and again. At that moment the spider didn’t give up. He tried and tried and tried. Eventually the spider climbed up to the wall and builds the web.

Jack saw all this and suddenly a thought came in his mind that if a small creature can try and try and try and reach wherever it wants then even I could try my best ever and put a lot of effort in my studies then I could also be really better at my studies and my parents will feel proud of me. Finally he tried his ever best and word as hard as he can in his exams. At the end his parents went to the parents meeting and his class teacher was really very happy by the progress he made as well as by the levels in each and every subject. His parents felt really proud of Jack and told him to keep it up. Today he is a brilliant and famous scientist.

MORAL: Keep on trying and trying you will get success in whatever you want.

By PRIYAL KESURWALA
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Name: Nimesh Samgi 18th December 2011
the story is good i read it.your a good story creator.
Name: Priyal 24th July 2011
hi myths and legends team. can u please tell me that which part is a bad language? this is not in a rude way but i m asking to improve on it
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