Title: The Ungrateful Frog
Once upon a time, in a far-off land, there was a beautiful garden full of flowers and other plants. The garden was home to many creatures, including a group of friendly frogs who lived near a small pond.
One day, as the frogs were basking in the sun, a kind-hearted and benevolent fairy happened to pass by. Seeing their plight, she decided to grant them one wish each.
The first frog wished to have a pond filled with fresh water. The second frog wished for a magnificent lily pad to live on. But the third and youngest frog wished for nothing, because he was content with how things were.
The fairy was pleased with their simple yet reasonable requests and granted each frog their wish. The first and second frog were delighted with their wishes and thanked the fairy endlessly. However, the third frog only sneered and said, "What's the point? I didn't want anything anyway."
The fairy was disappointed by the ungratefulness of the young frog and decided to teach him a lesson. She took away the pond and lily pad of the ungrateful frog, leaving him with nothing.
The ungrateful frog realized his mistake and begged the fairy for forgiveness. He wished for his previous wishes to be restored and promised to be grateful for any future blessings.
The fairy was pleased to hear this and granted his requests. The ungrateful frog learned his lesson and went on to live a happy and contented life, always remembering to be thankful for the blessings that came his way.
And from that day on, the other creatures of the garden learned the importance of gratitude and the dangers of ingratitude.