No Use Repenting When It’s Too Late
Once a farmer procured honey from a honey-comb after smoking away all the bees of the comb. He put the honey in a pot and left for his house. Unluckily, he stumbled against a stone on the way. As a result, the pot of honey fell down and broke. All the honey spilt on the ground. Being a sticky fluid, honey doesn‘t leave the spot where it spills. So, finding it difficult to recover the honey, the farmer went away cursing himself. Just then a swarm of flies came there. Getting the flavour of honey, they descended upon it. They never thought that the honey would catch them fatally. Having had their fill, they tried to fly away but their feet and wings got stuck into honey. The flies cried, “How foolish we are! For a little pleasure we have to die an untimely death. “ It was too late now.