The Sparrow and The Hare

A Sparrow berated a Hare for being caught by an Eagle. Right at that time a Hawk comes and captures the Sparrow. Misery loves company.

A Fox and A Hare to Jupiter

A Fox and a Hare prayed to Jupiter for the benefit each other had: Fox for swiftness and Hare for slyness. Jupiter said each should not covet. Make due. Do not pray for more than your due.

The Hare With Many Friends

A Hare had many good weather friends. When trouble was near they all refused to help the Hare who only barely managed to escape on his own. He that has many friends, has no friends.

The Hunter and The Horseman

A Hunter had a Hare a horseman wanted. Horseman asked to buy but rode off when he had the Hare. Hunter could not catch him so he gifted the Hare. A fool will make excuses for foolish behavior.

The Hares and The Lions

The Hares argued all should be equal. The Lions replied: “Your words are good; but they lack both claws and teeth such as we have.” Be prepared to defend your position.

The Dog and The Hare

While a Dog chased a Hare he sometimes nipped and sometimes fawned over the Hare. The Hare did not know what to think about the Dog’s bid for friendship. No one can be a friend if you know not whether to trust or distrust him.

Hares, Foxes and Eagles

In a war with Eagles, the Hares called for Foxes to help. The Foxes said they did not know the Hares or who they were fighting and so demurred. Count the cost before you commit yourselves.

The Hare and The Hound

A Hound scared and chased a Hare but gave up after some distance. Asked why, the Hound cited motivation: Hound ran for supper, Hare ran for life. Motivation is everything.

The Lion and The Hare

A Lion was about to eat a Hare when a Stag comes by. The Lion decides to chase the Stag but never catches it. The Hare was gone with the Lion came back. Take the opportunity at hand.

The Kingdom of The Lion

The Lion set up a kingdom where he proclaimed that all animals should live together in peace. The Hare observed he wanted that but ran for his life instead. Nature will out.