There was an old pear tree in a man’s garden. In the past the tree fruited every year so the man would get many pears. But now the tree got old. There were no more pears for the man. So the ungrateful（忘恩负义的） man decided to cut the tree down. When he walked towards the tree with an axe in his hand the tree said to him “Please don’t cut me down. I have born so many pears for you in the past years. Now I will die soon. I only have a short time to live. Please don’t kill a dying tree that has done so much for you.”
“I’m sorry. I have to do so” the man said “Because I need wood to make a chair.” Then he began to wave his axe. At that moment a bird in the old tree shouted at him “Don’t cut it down! Every time you go out and your wife feels lonely she will come out to the garden and sit under the tree to enjoy its cool shade and I sing to make her happy. We give much pleasure to your wife when you are away from home.”
The man didn’t listen to the bird and drove it away. He was about to cut the tree when some bees flew out of it and said “Listen! If you agree not to kill this tree we will give you delicious honey every day. Would you please leave the tree with us?”
The man got moved. He said “You are so kind to the tree although it has become old. Now I see that I shouldn’t cut it down. It has done so much for my wife and me. Let the tree stay here and let the bird continue to sing songs here.” With these words the man left leaving the tree there to its last day.
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