January 20, 2012
Once upon a time there was a massive, ferocious golden lion. Because it was a very hot day in the jungle, he decided to take a long peaceful catnap. All of the sudden out of nowhere a little fuzzy brown mouse with a pink nose came and scampered up his super colossal back and down his flat nose which made the honorable lion angry. He caught the poor mouse by her tail and the wildly frightened mouse squeaked, “Please forgive me for I am too small to eat and I will truly try to help you in the future if you don’t gobble me up.” The lion delightfully laughed and took pity on the frightened mouse and exclaimed, “Well, you wouldn’t even be a mouthful.” So the lion let the joyful mouse go.
One day the lion quickly got trapped and tangled in a thick rope set by skilled hunters. The lion roared madly with anger. The mouse heard the frightened lion and raced to where he was roaring. She warned, “Stop! Stop! You can’t roar or the hunters will assuredly come and they will kill you.” With her sharp little teeth she quickly nibbled the rope to pieces. When she was done she bashfully smiled. The lion purred, “Now I know weak ones can absolutely help strong ones.”