the kind lady and the snake

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a story about a lady who rescued a snake

One day a lady found a big, chilled, hungry snake. So, she decided to rescue and take care of it. She took it to her home and started feeding it. While the snake kept growing, it started to get used to her. The woman allows the snake to sleep with her at all times and follows her around everywhere she goes. One day the snake stopped eating, hence the merciful woman starts worrying, therefore she was attempting for weeks to get the snake to eat. Despite that the snake still follows her, sleeps with her and seeking warmth, she was thinking sadly about how to get the snake to eat again. Eventually, after several weeks, she decided to take it to the veterinarian hoping for treatment for its sickness. The doctor once he saw the snake warps the woman, he asked her whether she notices any other symptoms rather than appetite. The kind woman answered no, he asked her again if the snake usually sleeps with her, she answered yes and it hangs on to me whenever I go and warps me seeking warmth, but when I wake up the snake stares at me, so I rush to bring the food presuming that it is hungry, however, the snake remains and never eat.

 

The veterinarian smiled and said: my dear lady, your snake is not sick, but it was preparing to eat you! Trying to be hungry as long as possible, therefore warps you, not because the snake loves you, but to measure your size to fit its stomach. It is waiting for the right moment to pounce on you. I advise you to get rid of it before it attacks you.

We may hope that we succeed in changing everything around us by love, and we may can, but it is not always possible when some people carry a sinister nature.


Submitted: May 03, 2021

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