Author: Aesop's Fables
Title: Debate can eat you alive
Plot: The wolf and the lamb
Note: Aesop's fables were so well respected they were placed into this collection by his fans
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Aesop was born in 620 BC. He was a Greek storyteller who was 56 years old when he died. None of his writings survived. However, this might be because Greece had an oral tradition. Therefore, references to Aesop are in the writings of Aristotle, Herodotus, and Plutarch. And his fables were so popular that they are still told to this day. I bet you know one.
The best audience for these podcasts and his writings are public speakers, entertainers, fans of self-help, children and anyone who wants or needs insight into the behaviors of others and the lessons of life.
Rather than read all 77 of his fables in one podcast. I'm unpacking them in separate podcasts to make them memorable. This one is a great example of that. Enjoy!
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