Junior Ganymede
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Free Pigs

May 08th, 2017 by G.

In a storm, one part of a pigsty fence was broken, leaving a gap.  When the pig saw it, he thought, “freedom!” and trotted out, determined to live or die, survive or thrive, depending on his own choices and fortune.

A passing wild pig saw the gap and trotted in.  “Freedom!” he thought.  “No more worries, no more cares.  I hope somebody fixes that fence.”

Moral:

The first freedom is choosing what freedom is.

See also the Garden of Eden.

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May 08th, 2017 10:20:20
3 comments

Andrew
May 8, 2017

A child runs into a busy street, “freedom!”


B.B. Wolf
May 9, 2017

Shucks. The title suggested something rather different.


Tom-Tom, the Piper's son
May 9, 2017

What B. B. said.

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