The lion and the mouse (generosity and impossibility)

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The lion and the mouse is always our favorite story to tell our children about it, make them know very well that any good thing will get you good things, even when you can't imagine how is that happening?

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

Australian British (England - East Anglia, Cambridge, Hertfordshire) North American (General)

Transcript

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the loan and the Mouse lying lay asleep, and the first his great head resting on his bows. When a time it little Mouse I am a boon him unexpectedly and in her fight and Hester with away ran across the lands, nose rose from his lab. The Lion laid his huge bow angrily on the tiny creature. To kill her, spare me back the burma's. Please let me go on sunday. I will surely repay you. The Lion was much amused to think that the Mouse could ever help him, but he was generous, and finally let the Mouse go. Some days later, while stalking his brain in the first Lyon was cut in the toils of Hunter's net. Unable to free himself. He felt the forest with his angry roaring. The Mouse! No, the Voice! And quickly found the lions struggling. Internet running to one of the great troops that bound him. She knows that until it started, and soon the loan was free. You loved, when I say, I would repay you, said the most. Now you see that even a mouse can help boil. And the moral of the story is, our greatness is never wasted