Friday Fable. Aesop’s “The Fox and the Leopard”

Posted by jlubans on July 25, 2014

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“THE FOX and the Leopard disputed which was the more beautiful of the two. The Leopard exhibited one by one the various spots which decorated his skin. But the Fox, interrupting him, said, ‘And how much more beautiful than you am I, who am decorated, not in body, but in mind.’"

“A fine coat is not always an indication of an attractive mind.”

Still, back in the day of martini lunches, wearing a jacket and tie (with pants, of course) would often get you a first class seat on an international flight.

*Source: AESOP’S FABLES By Aesop Translated by George Fyler Townsend (probably from this edition): “Three hundred and fifty Aesop’s fables”. Chicago, Belford, Clarke & Co., 1886.
Available at the Gutenberg Project.

Leading from the Middle Library of the Week: Clackamas Community College Oregon City, Oregon USA

@Copyright 2014 John Lubans

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