Once upon a time, in a small village, there lived a little girl named Lily. She lived with her parents and was always eager to start her day with a nutritious breakfast. Every morning, her mother would prepare a simple meal of warm milk and freshly baked bread.
Lily loved the smell of the warm bread as she woke up in the morning, and she would run to the kitchen to see the delicious spread her mother had prepared for her. She would pour the cold milk over her bread and watch as it soaks up all the goodness, making it even more delicious.
One day, as Lily was about to enjoy her breakfast, she noticed that there was a family of birds outside her window who had not eaten anything. She felt sad for the little birds and decided to share her breakfast with them. She tore small pieces of her bread and placed them outside her window, and the birds happily ate them up.
Lily’s mother was so proud of her daughter and the kindness she showed to the birds. From that day on, Lily made it a habit to share her morning milk and bread with the birds. She was happy to know that she was helping them start their day with a full stomach.
Moral of the story:
Sharing is caring, and it makes both the giver and receiver happy.