The Bear in the wood
Once on a period, two companions needed to go through a thick wood to get to their homes. As the night went ahead, one of them said to the next, “Look here, should you fall in with wild brutes, I will go to your assistance, on the off chance that you will do likewise to me. Goodness, I very consent to it, said his companion. So off they went. They had not gone far when a major Bear made a surge out of the wood. Presently, the man, who had made the great principle for them to follow up on, had the opportunity to get up a tree, as he saw the Bear first. Be that as it may, his poor companion was put to his absolute limit to spare his life. He presently failed on the ground, held his breath and lay very still, so the Bear may think he was dead. The tremendous brute approached him and felt him with his nose, yet did him no damage, as he took him for a dead man. At the point when the Bear was gone and everything was protected, the main man descended from the tree and said with a grin, What did the Bear let you know, when he put his mouth so near your ear?” “Well,” said the subsequent man, what he let me know, was this, – Have a consideration of that maverick up the tree, and for the opportunity to arrive, put no trust in him.”
A friend in need is a friend indeed.