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The Arab and his Camel
One day in the winter an Arab and his camel were crossing the desert. The night came and the Arab put up his tent to sleep. It was quite cold outside. As the Arab sat in his tent, the Camel feeling the cold outside thrust the flap of the tent aside, and looked in. He said to the Arab, "Let me put my head within the tent, for it is cold without." "By all means”, said the Arab; and the Camel stretched his head into the tent.
The temperature went down even more. "If I might but warm my neck, also," camel requested his master. "Put your neck inside," said the Arab. Soon the Camel, said again, “It will take but little more room if I put my fore legs within the tent. It is difficult standing without. The Arab reluctantly agreed that the camel could only put his fore legs in and no more. "May I not stand wholly within?" asked the Camel, finally. "I keep the tent open by standing as I do." So the Arab agreed and once the camel moved his hind legs in, there was no more room in the tent for the Arab and the Arab was kicked out.
Moral of the Story :- Resist the beginnings of evil