As the golden fish continued to beg for its freedom, the fisherman continued to pull the thick golden rope into his boat. The harder the fisherman pulled, the more rope he pulled into the boat. The boat became very heavy and began to fill slowly with water, but the fisherman did not notice. Silly fish, thought the fisherman. Who needs him? With this rope, I can be the richest man in all of China!“What do you think of me now, golden fish?” asked the fisherman. “When I sell you and this rope, I will be the richest man in China. What do you think of me now?” But the golden fish did not answer. The golden fish had disappeared. As the fisherman searched the lake for the golden fish, he realized that his boat was sinking. He had pulled too much rope into the boat! The fisherman tried to throw the rope back into the lake, but the rope was too heavy and the fisherman was too tired. All he could do was watch lessly as his boat sank into the lake, taking his fishing line and the golden rope with it. The fisherman was left with nothing. As he swam to shore, he heard a voice call out to him. “Here is your lesson, fisherman. He who is greedy is always in want.”Henry’s LessonHenry was a bad dog, a very bad dog indeed. He dug up flowerbeds, swam in the neighbors’ pools, and barked at every car that drove by. Henry was never satisfied. He always wanted more. When his owners took him for a walk, the walk was never long enough. When he went to the park to play with the other dogs, he always demanded to stay longer than everyone else. Henry’s owners did everything they could to teach Henry to behave and to be satisfied, but nothing worked. “One day,” they told Henry, “you will learn your lesson.” Maybe, thought Henry, but that day is not today!
RIGHT A PARAGRAGH 3 PARAGRAGHS