The Hare and the Tortoise

In the story “The  Rabbit and the Tortoise”, slow and steady won the race. This was true in the 18th, and 19th centuries, etc. In dynamic times like the present, the post  (goal)  keeps on moving as fast as you run, even the tortoise has also gained speed. The more we try to reach, the far the goal is, and both tortoise and the rabbit wear out in the middle and keep on hoping to reach the post someday. Isn’t this a simile for today’s mad rush towards the moolah?  Isn’t it even the case for both developed (Rabbit)  as well as the developing nations (tortoise)? Correct me if I am wrong.

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