One fine day a fox was roaming here and there in the forest. The weather was fine and the sky was clear. Cool breeze was blowing. The fox was searching something to eat.
As he moved forward he saw a bunch of grapes. The vein of grapes was wrapped round a big tree. The bunch of grapes was hanging from over a big branch of the tree. “What mouth watering grapes I found” said the fox.
The fox looked here and there. Nobody was noticing him. He took a few steps back and jumped over the hanging bunch of grapes, but in vain because the grapes were beyond his reach.
He tried again and again but he failed. He jumped a few more times over the grapes and he tried to climb onto the tree but he couldn’t succeed to get the grapes.
The fox got too tired. He dropped the idea to get the grapes. He moved forward on his way saying, “I am sure the grapes are sour, they are not worth eating.”
The moral of the story, “it is very easy to criticize for someone what he can’t have.”