There was once a young boy named Allan who liked fighting all the time, even while playing with friends. He would easily get angry even over minor things and would start fights just to hurt his friends.
All his classmates hated him except for his best friend Tony who was patient and kind and would always advise Allan to learn how to control his temper and stop fighting. But Allan was stubborn and would do the same thing over and over again.
And one day, Allan made the serious mistake of beating his best friend Tony, who had been his shield for a long time. Tony, hurt that his best friend could do such a thing, decided not to talk to Allan ever again.
Life became hard for Allan; he had no body to talk to or play with, he was always alone due to the consequences of beating up his friends. He had no company even during meals.
After some time, Allan realised the value of friendship, and could not endure the suffering of being alone and decided to go in front of his class and ask for forgiveness from all his friends - especially his best friend Tony. Luckily, they all forgave him and became friends again.
The moral lesson of the story is that we should learn to control our temper and overcome fighting because it’s not good for either us or our friends. Never try to hurt your friend because friends are like glasses, once broken, they can’t be mended.
Friends are dear to our lives and without them our lives have no meaning. So dear children, let’s love, cherish and care for one another and most of all learn how to ask for forgiveness when you do something wrong to someone. Never think about fighting because it is not good.