Once upon a time, in a lush green meadow, there lived two friends - an ant and a grasshopper. The ant was hardworking and always prepared for the future. He spent his days collecting food and building a warm nest for the winter months. The grasshopper, on the other hand, was carefree and enjoyed singing and dancing in the sunshine.
As summer came to an end, the ant reminded the grasshopper that winter was coming, and it would be important to have food and shelter. But the grasshopper just laughed and told the ant not to worry, he would find food and shelter when the time came.
Sure enough, winter came and the meadow was covered in snow. The ant was snug and warm in his nest, feasting on the food he had stored. The grasshopper, however, was cold and hungry, with no food or shelter to protect him from the harsh weather.
He went to the ant, asking for help, but the ant refused, reminding him of his words in the summer. The grasshopper realized the importance of planning and hard work, but it was too late.
Moral of the story: "Procrastination is the thief of time"
The story teaches us the importance of being prepared for the future and the dangers of living only for the present. It is important to work hard and make plans for the future, rather than being too focused on enjoying the present moment.