It was a hot summer day. A grasshopper was lying in the shade, relaxing from the heat of the sun when an ant passed by. The ant was dragging a huge seed in order to store it for the winter.
We are Ant and Grasshopper
Just looking at the ant made the grasshopper feel tired. "Ant, why do you work all day long? Why don’t you sit for a while and sing a song with me?” he asked, and he took out his violin.
The Grasshopper asked a question from Ant
“I am gathering food for the winter when it will be cold and there will be no food. It would be a good idea if you did the same," the ant answered.
The Ant replied
“Oh Ant, why worry about the winter? There is plenty of food right now!” the grasshopper replied. The ant walked away with his load, leaving the grasshopper playing his violin and singing.
And the Ant walked away with his load
Winter came and just as the ant had warned, Grasshopper had no food stored. So he went to the ant. “Hello again, Ant! I came to sing you a song in return for some food.”
The Grasshopper went to Ant
“All summer long I was working hard, while you were singing and laughing at me. As a result I have a full tummy now and you are hungry.”
The Ant teaches Grasshopper a lesson