Grasshopper and the Ant
During the day in the late fall, a family of ants who have worked hard all summer to collect food, dry the grains they have collected during the summer. At that time a grasshopper is starving, with a violin in his hand came and implored it to give a little ant family meal for himself.
“What!” cried the Ants in surprise, “do not you have to collect and prepare food for the coming winter this? During this what you do all summer?”
“I do not have time to collect food,” complained the Grasshopper: “I’m so busy making a song, and before I knew it, summer was already gone.”
The ants then shrugged his shoulders because they feel upset.
“Making a song you say yes?” said the Ant, “Well, now that you have completed the song in the summer, it is time you dance!” The ants then turn around and continue their work regardless of the Grasshopper again.
There is time for work and a time for play.