How Imli saved the day

 
Contributed by : Yesha Desai   
How Imli saved the day

This is a story of dog and school.

Moral(s) of the story: routine importance

Imli was a very happy and playful little puppy. She was nearing her six month mark and her human parents sent her to get trained to be a guide dog.

Imli was very excited as at the school, she met other puppies like her. She had a set routine for her and loved all the work she got to do.

They were under strict instructions to always follow the order of their trainer and follow the routine that was set for them. Only then could they become guide dogs, and Imli was determined to ace all the tests and make her parents proud.

However, one morning on a daily run she encountered a thief stealing a purse from an old lady. Her trainer had veered her and the other pups away. However, Imli couldn’t just follow orders and felt bad for the old lady.

She ran after the thief, breaking her schedule, and even though she was tiny, she slowly caught up to him.

This was how Imli saved the day.


Moral:

Having a fix routine is a good thing as it helps you be more organized. It is like a shelter. However, shelter can also prevent you from seeing the sun, so you sometimes have to break your general routine to follow your goals.




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