Aesop's Fables

The Snake And Jupiter

A Snake suffered a good deal from being constantly trodden upon by man and beast, owing partly to the length of his body and partly to his being unable to raise himself above the surface of the ground.
      
      So the Snake went and complained to Jupiter about the risks to which he was exposed.
      
      But Jupiter had little sympathy for him. "I dare say," said he, "that if you had bitten the first that trod on you, the others would have taken more trouble to look where they put their feet."


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