A Tale of Two Nut Cases
Two squirrel families lived in neighboring trees for many years. One father and mother went to work early every morning in search for nuts and berries to provide for their little ones, while the other parent couple looked in a nearby City park for leftover food every third day.
Though both families ate quite well, satisfying their hunger pangs, one planned for leaner months while the other was dependent on people for their needs. The foraging squirrels were able to gather an abundant amount of fresh of food to put away for winter months.
As autumn arrived, the leaves began to turn yellow, gold, orange and red, readying for winter's approach. Humans began to walk through the park rather than sitting and eating their meals. Eventually the park was shut down, anticipating a housing development.
It became evident that the park opportunists were unable to find necessary sustenance for their family, becoming very desperate. They all were on the verge of starving, due to lax work habits and ended up vacating their long time home for residence at a new park.
The foragers lived in comfort through the colder months and welcomed spring with full bellies, merrily getting out to hunt for a new year. Moral of the Story: Fastidious self-motivation, while searching out reliant sources ensures stability and a happy home life!
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