The Sculptor's Blunder | Short Moral Stories in English

The Sculptor's Blunder

In a competition, a sculptor began making statues of the same kind. He wanted to to make ten of the same type. 

When he finished making nine statues, he thought to himself, "I will not make ten statues, but instead I will stand with the statues. 

Nobody will be able to recognize me. me, When the judge came around to see the sculptor's work, he said, "These are only nine statues. 

Where is the tenth one?" The sculptor quickly shouted, "Sir, I am the tenth one!" The judge disqualified the sculptor for trying to cheat.

Moral: Never try to cheat anyone and always be honest.