-What the story was about.
-Who told you this story. -Why you remember it.
-How you feel about it.
Well, I have read and heard many stories in childhood and I especially enjoyed listening to stories from my grandmother and here I would like narrate my favourite childhood story of a farmer who taught his sons the lesson unity. One days I was having a fierce fight with my brother and at that time our grandmother told us this story of a farmer. There was a farmer having four sons who always used to quarrel with each other and the farmer was really worried about them. To, teach them the importance of unity he brought few sticks and asked them to break them into two. All sons immediately snapped the stick taking no time. Later the father handed over a bunch of sticks to each of his to break and no one could break this time. Then the farmer said dear sons if you will remain together no one can harm you else you will be like those broken sticks. Listening to the stories, we realised our mistake as the sons of the farmer and felt sorry to our grandmother and promised we will never fight again. I must say listening to this story brought a huge change in our behaviour and developed our relationship. In fact, I have told this story later to my nephew and niece too. Overall, it is a story which is my favourite that 1 heard in childhood.
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