What Is the Moral of the Fable of the Tortoise Things Fall Apart?

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The answer to your question what is the moral of the fable of the tortoise in the story Things Fall apart is that striving to get praise from others and to be included in peoples lives is worth fighting for.
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Overall the lesson is not to be greedy, and to be honest. From a European imperialist point of view, the lesson could be not to imperialize places that don't need religious reform
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