AESOP'S  FABLES               


225 - Jupiter and the Decency



When Jupiter shaped the man, he provided him in the 
act with all the inclinations but he forgot to provide him with the Decency.

Not knowing how to introduce the Decency into the man, he ordered him to enter without his arrival be evident. The Decency did not like the order of Jupiter, but at the end, due to his pressing requests, said:

It is OK, I will enter; but provided that Eros do not enter when I am there; and if he enter, I will go out at once.

That's why those who are preys of Eros, do not know the decency.





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