AESOP'S  FABLES            


224 - Jupiter and Apolo



Zeus and Apollo were disputing on the shot with the arch. 

Apollo stretched his arch and shot his arrow; but Jupiter extended his leg to where Apollo had thrown his arrow, alleging that the arrow did not go beyond where he was.

When we compete with much more powerful rivals, not only we will not win them, but also they will make fun of us.





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