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Comparison with friends among children is very common. So some kids look unable to make friends because they want the other's more than their own and feel the need to compete with them.
The nightingale and the peacock is a popular fable that teaches us that each individual has their eigenvalues and that it is not necessary to compete. Each is good in his field and true friends do not compare, but respect and value each other's good attitudes.
The very sociable nightingale he could find no friend among his own. He thought he would find it among birds of another family, so he went to the peacock.
- Beautiful turkey - she exclaimed when she saw it - I admire you!
- I also love you, sweet nightingale - replied the peacock.
"Well, let's be friends," continued the nightingale.
We are not to be envious, because you are as pleasant to the eye as I am to the ear.
And that was how They became friends, perhaps because between them they did not competence.
Moral: In the most sincere friendship there is neither competition nor envy.
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