学习啦【励志故事】 鸿宇时间：2016-08-27 11:43:41我要投稿
Once upon a time there lived a blind man in a village. He had been blind in both eyes for many years.
He lived a happy life because he got on well with his neighbors and they often helped him.
It was New Year’s eve. All the people celebrated the Spring Festival joyfully.
The blind man was steaming jiaozi at home.
After a while,he finished the work.
A bowl of jiaozi in one hand,a lamp in the other. He sent the jiaozi to the neighbors.
They were very strange: Isn’t it like lighting a candle (蜡烛) for a blind person — a sheer (绝对的) waste?
At last, they understood what the blind man meant. It was New Years eve. There was no moon. The blind man did so in order to…
The lion in love
A lion once fell in love with a beautiful girl, so he went to her parents and asked them to marry her to him.
The old parents did not know what to say.
They did not like the idea of giving their daughter to the lion, but they did not want to enrage the king of beasts.
At last the father said, "We are glad to marry our daughter to you, but we fear that you might possibly hurt her. So if you remove your claws and teeth, we will give her to you."
The lion loved the girl very much, so he trimmed his claws and took out his big teeth. When he came to the parents again, they simply laughed in his face, and beat him out of their house.
Hercules and Pallas
When Hercules was walking in the forest, he saw a ball lying on the ground. He kicked it because it blocked his way.
To his surprise, the ball did not roll away, but grew much bigger than before. So he kicked it again much harder.
The harder he kicked, the bigger the ball grew. At last it completely filled up the road.
Pallas then appeared. "Stop, Hercules," she said. "Stop kicking. The ball’s name is Strife.
Let it alone and it will soon become small again."