The Fox and the Lion





WHEN A FOX who had never yet seen a Lion, fell in with him by

chance for the first time in the forest, he was so frightened

that he nearly died with fear. On meeting him for the second

time, he was still much alarmed, but not to the same extent as at

first. On seeing him the third time, he so increased in boldness

that he went up to him and commenced a familiar conversation with

him.



Acquaintance softens prejudices.





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