Moral of Goldilocks and the Three Bears?

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The moral of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is about how we should do no harm to others. Goldilocks tells the story of a young girl who breaks into a home and sleeps in the beds of the bears who live there. She also eats their food. The moral of the story is that your actions can hurt other people. Though self-preservation is important it is also important to respect others. You should not break into a home and violate their property.
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In the original story, the moral was that you should respect the privacy and property of others. See the link for a description of the original version and how the story has changed
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