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The Lioness and the Fox

“A lioness and a fox were talking together about their young, as mothers will, and saying how healthy and well-grown they were, and what beautiful coats they had, and how they were the image of their parents. “My litter of cubs is a joy to see,” said the fox. And then she added, rather maliciously, “But I notice you never have more than one.” “No,” said the lioness grimly, “but that one is a Lion.”

Quality, not quantity.

– Aesop

Author: Dario

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