The Kite without a thread

Once a father and son went to the kite flying festival. The young son became very happy seeing the sky filled with colorful kites. He too asked his father to get him a kite and a thread with a roller so he can fly a kite too. So, the father went to the shop at the park where the festival was being held. He purchased kites and a roll of thread for his son.

His son started to fly a kite.  Soon, his kite reached high up in the sky.  After a while, the son said, “Father, It seems that the thread is holding up a kite from flying higher, If we break it, It will be free and will go flying even higher.  Can we break it?”  So, the father cut the thread from a roller.  The kite started to go a little higher.  That made a son very happy.

But then, slowly, the kite started to come down. And, soon it fell down on the terrace of the unknown building. The young son was surprised to see this. He had cut the kite loose of its thread so it can fly higher, but instead, it fell down. He asked his father, “Father, I thought that after cutting off the thread, the kite can freely fly higher. But why did it fall down?”

The Father explained, “Son, At the height of life that we live in, we often think that some things we are tied with and they are preventing us from going further higher.  The thread was not holding the kite from going higher, but it was helping it stay higher when the wind slowed down and when the wind picked up, you helped the kite go up higher in a proper direction through the thread.  And when we cut the thread, it fell down without the support you were providing to the kite through the thread”.

The son realized his mistake.

Moral:  Sometimes we feel that we can progress quickly and reach to the newer heights in our life if we were not tied up with our family, our home.  But, we fail to realize that our family, our loved ones help us survive the tough time in our lives with their support and encourage us to reach higher heights in our life.  They are not holding us, but are supporting us.  Never let go of them.

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  2. LaWanda Townsend

    April 28, 2018 at 8:03 am

    I loved this story and I am impressed with this site. I only wish the reading level was provided for each story. I never sign up or leave comments, but I am making an exception for you. I used this story teaching an online class and was so impressed with the ease of with I was able to locate a topic, copy and paste the story, the imagery, and the vocabulary within the story, I assigned it to my son to read. He also really enjoyed the story and I was able to assess his increased reading ability on the fly. As a teacher and homeschooling mom, I read a lot of books and stories and am impressed by so few of the modern ones. I must applaud your efforts.

  3. @ moralstories

    April 30, 2018 at 9:32 am

    Thank you for your kind words!

  4. Prityanshu Singh

    June 18, 2018 at 4:22 am

    This story teach me a moral that I can never forget in my life. I request u to upload more stories like this and thus helping the world to learn the greatest morals of our life.😊😊

    Thank you

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