One day the mouse saw the butcher and his wife taking something out of a bag. The mouse thought that there might be some food.
Looking curiously, he found that it was a mousetrap.
Sensing danger, he went to the backyard and told the pigeon that a mousetrap had come in the house.
The pigeon jokingly said that what about me? Which one do I have to get stuck in?
The disappointed mouse went to tell this to the chicken.
The chicken mockingly said, go brother, this is not my problem.
The desperate mouse went to the pen and told this to the goat and the goat started laughing.
The same night there was a rattling sound in the mousetrap, in which a poisonous snake was trapped.
In the dark, mistaking his tail for a rat, the butcher's wife pulled it out and the snake bit him.
When his health deteriorated, that person called the doctor. The doctor advised him to give pigeon soup.
The pigeon was now boiling in the pot.
Hearing the news, many relatives of that butcher came to meet, for whose food arrangements the same chicken was slaughtered the next day.
After a few days that butcher's wife got cured, then in happiness that person kept a feast for some of his well-wishers, then the goat was slaughtered.
The mouse had gone far, far away.
Next time someone tells you their problem and you think it's not my problem, stop and think again.
If a part of the society, a section, a citizen is in danger then the whole society and the whole country is in danger.
Get out of your respective realms. Don't limit yourself. be social.