The honest woodcutter story with pictures - Moral Stories for Children


Once upon a time a poor woodcutter lived in a small village. Though he was very poor he was always a an honest and god-fearing person. On a very hot day, he took his axe and went inside the nearby forest in search of wood. After searching for a long time, he found one good tree near a river inside the forest.


As the woodcutter was cutting the woods, his axe slipped from his hands and fell inside the river. The river was very deep. So he couldn't get into the water to take his axe out. He started crying.

Suddenly, an angel appeared from inside the river water. She asked why the woodcutter was crying. The woodcutter told her about how his axe fell inside the water. The angel went inside the water and after sometime came out with a golden axe in her hands. The woodcutter refused to accept that golden axe. 


The angel again went inside the water. This time she came out with a silver axe and gave it to the woodcutter. Again the woodcutter refused saying that his was not a silver axe. The angel dived into the water. This time she came out with the woodcutter's iron axe. 

The woodcutter happily accepted his axe and thanked the angel. The angel was pleased with his honesty. The angel rewarded the gold and the silver axes to that woodcutter.

MORAL: Honesy always gets rewarded.


           

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