An Honest Woodcutter

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A poor woodcutter accidentally dropped his axe into the river. He was very upset, as he had no money to buy another axe.

Just then a fairy appeared in the river holding out a golden axe to him. “I found this axe in the river. Is this yours?” “That’s not mine”, replied the woodcutter.

The fairy then brought out a silver axe. The woodcutter disowned this one too. Finally, the fairy held out a wooden axe.

Smiling with happiness, the woodcutter said, “That’s mine. Thank you very much.” The fairy felt very happy seeing his honesty and said, “Such honesty deserves a reward.” She gave the poor man all the three axes and disappeared.

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