'The Boy Who Cried Wolf
The Boy Who Cried Wolf is a well-known fable that tells the story of a young boy who repeatedly cries "Wolf!" to his fellow villagers, even though there is no wolf present. The villagers, initially alarmed by the boy's cries, soon realize that he is playing a prank on them and ignore him.
Eventually, a wolf does actually appear and the boy cries out for help, but the villagers do not believe him and do not come to his aid. As a result, the wolf kills some of the boy's sheep.
The moral of the story is that if you repeatedly lie or deceive others, they will eventually stop believing you, even when you are telling the truth. The fable is often used as a cautionary tale to teach children about the importance of honesty and credibility.
The lesson to be learned from this story is that honesty and credibility are important qualities to have. If you are not truthful and honest with others, they may stop trusting you, and you could end up in trouble when you really need help or support. Therefore, it is important to always tell the truth and to be honest and trustworthy in all of your dealings with others.