The fox and crow
One day a crow stood on a branch near his nest and felt very happy with the
meat in his mouth. At that time, a fox saw the crow with the meat, so he swallowed
and eagerly thought of a plan to get the meat. However, whatever the fox said to
the crow, the crow just kept silent. Until the fox thought highly of the crow’s
beautiful voice, the crow felt flattered and opened his mouth to sing. As soon as
the meat fell down to the ground, the fox took the meat and went into his hole.
The Golden Fleece king athamus of northern GREece had two children， phrixus and helle.孝感癫痫临床治疗方法after he left his first wife and mar ried ino，a wicked woman，the two children received all the cruel treatment that a stepmother could devise ，at one timethe kingdom was ruined by a famine.ino persuaded her credulous husband into believing that his son，phrixus，was the actual cause of the disaster，and should be sacrificed to zeus to endit.the poor boy was then placed on the altar and was about tobe knifed when a ram with golden fleece was sent down by thegods and carried off the two children on its back.as they flew over the strait that divides asia from europe，helle，faint at the vast expanse of water below ，fell into the sea and was drowned.thus the sea of helle，hellespont，became the ancient name of the strip of water.her brother kept on and arrived in colchis on the eastern shore of the black sea.there he sacrificed the ram to zeus and gave its golden fleece to king aeetes，who nailed it on a sacred tree and put a sleepless dragon in charge.
After the stealing of fire,Zeus became increasingly unkind to men.One day he
ordered his son Hephaestus to build an image of a beautiful maiden out of clay.He then asked the gods and goddesses to award her with different kinds of gifts.A charming young lady,she was the first woman that ever lived.Zeus called her Pandora.Because she had received from each of the gods and goddesses a gift.The gift was harmful to men.
Zeus decided to send her down to men as a present. So Hermes them essenger brought her to Epimetheus, brother of Prometheus. The greatness of her beauty touched t武汉市癫痫病医院好不好he hearts of all who looked upon her, and Epimetheus happily received her into his house. He had quite forgotten Pometheus' warning: never to accept anything from Zeus.
When he was busy with teaching men the art of living, Prometheus had left a bigcask in the care of Epimetheus. He had warned his brother not to open the lid. Pandora was a curious woman. She had been feeling very disappointed that her husband did not allow her to take a look at the contents of the cask. One day, when Epimetheus was out, she lifted the lid and out it came unrest and war, Plague and sickness, theft and violence, grief, sorrow, and all the other evils. The human world was hence to experience these evils. Only hope stayed within the mouth of the jar and never flew out. So men always have hope within their hearts.