Moon’s routine

 
Contributed by : Yesha Desai   
Moon’s routine

This is a story of earth, moon and sun.

Moral(s) of the story: routine importance

The Moon was a very lazy person. She lived her life very lethargically and it bothered a lot of people.

Because she would not show up on time, the tides on the sea would act up, her admirers on the Earth would become sad. In general it would result in a lot of chaos.

Her best friend, Sun, was very tired of Moon’s ways and decided to teach her a lesson.

Sun knew that despite her irresponsible behaviour, she cared very deeply about the inhabitants of Earth. So to teach her a lesson, the sun decided to not show up in the sky every morning.

Now, there would be elongated days on Earth, short nights or the opposite. Plants were wilting, animals were confused. Humans had no idea what to do.

When Moon showed up, she noticed this and decided to urgently talk with Sun. “Sun! Why are you not following your daily routine? Life on Earth is suffering.”

The Sun retorted, “Why are you not following your routine?”

The Moon was embarrassed and she learned her lesson.

Since then she followed a routine.


Moral:

When you break your routine, it affects not just you but the ones dependent on you. Thus it is important to have an efficient routine.




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