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 5. Most Emotional Short Stories I’ve Listened

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Short Emotional stories are intense reads;

The fantastic thing about them is that they’re so easy to recap, and there’s always a moral at the end of the story.

Whether they’re real stories or not is another speciality, as many of them are myths supposedly hundreds of years old.

However, the narratives I’m talking about are so strong and touching that many of them get you feeling and even leave you quiet at times.

I’ve lived reading many of these short stories in the past weeks and found the studies behind them genuinely remarkable. So I’ve decided to write this article emphasising the ten most emotional short stories I’ve heard.

Next to the subheadings, in frames, I’ve put what the novel’s lesson is all around, with a short explanation of the ethics of the story at the end of each quarter.

5. The Elephant Rope (Belief)

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A gentleman was strolling through an elephant camp, and he spotted that the elephants lived being kept in cells or held by the use of chains.

A small amount of rope tied to one of their legs was keeping them back from operating the camp.

As the man stared at the elephants, he was pretty confused as to why the elephants didn’t just use their power to break the rope and escape the base. Of course, they could have quickly done so, but they accomplished try.

Curious to know the solution, he asked a trainer nearby why the elephants were standing there and never tried to run.

The trainer answered;

“when they are very immature and much smaller, we operate the same size rope to secure them and, at that age, it’s adequately to hold them. So we are prepared to believe and cannot die as we rise. He thinks the rope can hold them, so they never try to smash free.”

The only explanation that the elephants weren’t breaking free and running from the camp was that, over time, they embraced the belief that it just wasn’t imaginable.

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Moral of the story:

No issue how much the world attempts to hold you back; always continue with the idea that what you want to accomplish is achievable. Believing you can evolve successfully is the most crucial step in reaching it.

4. Thinking Out of the Box (Creative Thinking)

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Hundreds of years ago, a smallish business owner owed a significant sum of money to a loan shark in a little Italian town. Unfortunately, the loan shark was a very ancient, ugly-looking guy that just so occurred to fancy the company owner’s daughter.

He offered the businessman a deal that would ultimately wipe out the deficit he owed him. However, the yield was that we would only wipe out the obligation if he could marry the businessman’s daughter.

This suggestion is met with a look of hate.

The loan shark said he would set two pebbles into a pack, one white and one black.

The daughter would then go into the bag and pick out a stone. The debt may be brushed if it were black, but the loan shark would match her. The deficit would touch if it were white, but the daughter wouldn’t have to check the loan shark.

She is Standing on a pebble-strewn track in the businessman’s park; the loan shark bent over and gathered two pebbles.

While choosing them up, the daughter noticed that he’d gathered up two black stones and placed them both into the backpack.

He then requested the daughter to reach into the bag and pick one.

The daughter inherently had three choices as to what she could have done:

  1. Deny picking a pebble from the bag.
  2. Take both stones out of the bag and expose the loan shark for unfaithfulness.
  3. Pick a rock from the pack, fully knowing it was black and offer herself for her father’s freedom.

She pulled out a pebble from the backpack and, before glancing at it, ‘accidentally’ slipped it into the midst of the other stones. She said to the loan-shark;

“Oh, how awkward of me. Never mind, if you peek into the bag for the one left, you can tell which stone I picked.

The pebble left in the bag is black, and visiting as the loan shark didn’t want to tell, he had to play along as if the stone the daughter declined was white and clear her dad’s debt.


Moral of the story:

It’s always achievable to overcome a challenging situation through the box review and not give in to the only choices you think you have to pick from.


3. The Group of Frogs (Encouragement)

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As a bunch of frogs toured through the woods, two fell into a bottomless pit. When the different frogs crowded around the hole and saw how serious it was, they told the two frogs that no hope was left for them.

However, two frogs were determined to ignore what the others were saying and tried to jump out of the hole

Despite their efforts, the company of frogs at the top of the pit were still stating that they should give up. That they would never push it out.

Finally, one of the frogs took heed to what the others were saying and gave up, falling to his end. The other frog persisted in jumping as hard as he could. Again, the crowd of frogs screamed at him to stop the pain and die.

He jumped even more complex and eventually made it out. When he got out, the other frogs said, “Did you not listen to us?”

The frog illustrated to them that he was deaf. He thought they were encouraging him the whole time.


Moral of the story:

People’s comments can have a significant effect on others’ lives. So assume about what you say before it arrives out of your mouth. It might just be the distinction between life and death.

2. The Obstacle In Our Path (Opportunity)

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In ancient times, a King had a boulder positioned on a highway. He then hid and managed to see if anyone would move the boulder out of the path. Some of the King’s most wealthy merchants and courtiers came by and stepped around it.

Many individuals blamed the King for not maintaining the roads, but none of them did anything about bringing the stone out of the way.

A peasant then came along having a load of vegetables. Upon closing the boulder, the peasant laid down his burden and tried to push the stone out of the road. After essentially pushing and straining, he finally achieved.

After the peasant returned to pick up his vegetables, he caught a purse lying where the boulder had been on the street.

The purse included many gold coins and a note from the King demonstrating that the gold was for the individual who removed the boulder from the road.

 Moral of the story:

Every obstacle we encounter in life allows us to improve our circumstances, and whilst the lazy complaint, the others create options through their kind hearts, charity, and willingness to get things done.

1. The Butterfly (Works)

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A guy found a cocoon of a butterfly.

One day a tiny opening occurred. He watched the butterfly for several hours as it worked to force its body via that little hole.

Until it unexpectedly stopped making any improvement and looked like it was stuck.

So the man chose to help the butterfly. He took a couple of scissors and trimmed off the remaining bit of the cocoon. The butterfly emerged quickly, although it had a puffy body and tiny, shrivelled wings.

The man didn’t believe anything of it and sat there waiting for the wings to broaden to help the butterfly. But that didn’t occur. So instead, the butterfly spent the rest of its life incompetent to fly, shuffling around with tiny wings and a swollen body.

Despite the kind heart of the guy, he didn’t know that the restricting cocoon and the effort needed by the butterfly to get through the small opening; were God’s way of moving fluid from the butterfly’s body into its attachments. To ready itself for flying once it was out of the cocoon.

Moral of the story:

Our struggles in life develop our strengths. Without struggles, we never grow and get more robust, so we need to tackle challenges on our own and not rely on help from others.

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