The Wind and the Sun were disputing
which was the stronger.
Suddenly they saw a traveller coming
down the road, and the Sun said:
"I see a way to decide our dispute.
Whichever of us can cause that
traveller to take off his cloak
shall be regarded as the stronger.
So the Sun retired behind a cloud,
and the Wind began to blow as hard
as it could upon the traveller.
But the harder he blew the more
closely did the traveller wrap his
cloak round him, till at last the
Wind had to give up in despair.
Then the Sun came out and shone in
all his glory upon the traveller,
who soon found it too hot to walk
with his cloak on.
Moral of Aesop's Fable:
"Kindness effects more than