10 Lines Short Stories With Moral : 8. Better safe than sorry



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John was an experienced hiker who loved exploring the great outdoors. He planned a weekend trip to hike up a nearby mountain. Before he left, his friend warned him about the forecasted rain. His friend suggested that he reschedule his trip. But John thought he could handle the rain and decided to go ahead with his plan. As he hiked up the mountain, the rain started to pour down heavily. The trail became slippery and John lost his footing, causing him to slip and fall. Thankfully, John had taken his friend's advice seriously and had packed extra supplies, including a first aid kit. He was able to tend to his minor injuries and make his way back down the mountain safely. John realized that his friend was right and it was better to be safe than sorry. He learned that taking precautions and being prepared can make all the difference in ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience.

Question 1:

Who is the main character of the story?

Question 2:

What was John's plan for the weekend?

Question 3:

What did John's friend warn him about?

Question 4:

What did John pack in his supplies?

Question 5:

What did John learn from his experience?

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