The Man in the Iron Mask's moral lesson is friendship. I say this because upon analyzing and realizing the story, although they made wrong decisions right from the beginning, they all did it to save one another.
The Man in the Iron Mask is considered as the darkest sequel to the movie The Three Muskeeters starring D'Artagnan, Aramis, Porthos, and Athos. It is far from the happy vibes the first film.
The story started in Bastille - a French prison. Here we encounter Aramis - a former Musketeer - who is sitting with a prisoner, Philippe who's at the prison only because he is King Louis XIVth twin brother who has been exiled and has no existence at all. And this is something that Aramis knows.
With this, he started to propose to Philippe that he'll help him switch places with his brother in exchange for a palace position - a high position. They've succeeded in doing the plan and succeeding events happened after that.
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Jesus is more precious than gold and silver.
It is the story of a lame man since birth that has been healed by Peter in the Temple.
When the man saw Peter passing by, he asked for alms but Peter replied, "I have no silver or gold, but what I have, that I give to you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, get up on your feet."
The man got on to his feet jumping and went into the Temple with them, walking and jumping and giving praise to God.
The man received more than he expects. It reminds us of the words of Christ in Matthew 6:33
"But seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you."
The moral lesson of the man with coconuts is If you afford more effort of something that provide your needs and you deserve it someday.
The Taxi-man’s story by Catherine Lim reflects the harsh truth about teenagers at present. Parents are very much willing to spend blood, sweat and tears in order to provide for their offspring. They sacrifice literally everything for the sake of their children. However, with the lack of proper monitoring and guidance, teenagers may have the tendency to be prone to wrongdoings.
The moral lesson of the story is that parents need to instill strong guiding principles on their children in order for them not go astray. They have to constantly participate in honing their children to be better at decision-making. Parents must never fail to teach the importance between the value of money and hard work – that money easily earned would easily vanish.
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