5 Lines Short Stories with Moral in English

By Vijay Gupta

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5 Lines short stories with moral

Today, in this article, I’m going to write 5 lines short stories with moral. That means if you’re looking for very short moral stories, you have come to the right place.

Here, I’ve written very short moral stories in English. Those who love reading short moral stories can stay here.

Let’s start the article.

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5 Lines Short Stories with Moral in English

1. Old parents

A man was very upset with his old parents. He sometimes beat them in anger. One day he threw them out of his house. They both left the house sadly and never came back.

Now, the man lived happily with his wife and children. Twenty years later, now his children had grown up, and all of them had gotten married. They were doing the same with the man as he used to with his old parents.

He remembered those days and was deeply saddened by the atrocities that he had done against his parents.

The moral of the story is that we should respect our parents otherwise the way you will treat them, the same may happen to you in future.

2. The two friends

There were two very close friends. One friend was rich and the other was poor. The rich friend would often ask the other to tell him whenever he needed money so that he could help him.

But, the poor friend never got such a chance. One day the poor friend really needed money, and he thought that he would ask his friend.

When he asked him, he refused by giving an excuse.

The story teaches us that those who talk about helping you must be assessed sometimes, so that you can know their real faces.

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3. A woman without her husband

A couple was living their life happily. The woman’s husband had a clothing business. One day suddenly his health deteriorated very much and he died. Now calamity had arisen in front of the woman.

She was very depressed about how she would take care of herself and her children. Her husband’s shop was closed. She had no idea what to do.

One day she courageously went ahead and reopened the shop. She was very scared about how everything would be managed but gradually everything got better and now she was living happy life again without her husband.

The moral of the story is that we should never be afraid of situations, but face them head-on.

4. Three brothers

Vijay, Ajay, and Ravi were three brothers. Ravi and Ajay were very good at studies but Vijay was a little less. Ravi and Ajay were very worried about their future and they both wanted to get government jobs as soon as possible.

Vijay thought that when both his brothers get a job, he would take a little part of their salary every month and live his life happily.

One day his brothers’ hard work paid off and they both got government jobs. Now, Vijay’s life was going on happily as they both gave money to Vijay every month. Everything was going well, but one day a fight broke out between the three of them over the property.

Now everyone got separated, and Vijay was facing a financial crunch.

The story teaches us that we should not depend on others for our expenses, even if they are our brothers.

5. A spoiled son

There lived a very hard-working man in a village. He had a business of his own and it took him almost twenty years to make his business successful.

He had a son named Pankaj whom he loved so much that he would never refuse him to do anything. Being the only son, his upbringing was spoiled. Pankaj got addicted to gambling. He started gambling by stealing money from the house.

In this way, he lost all the money and his mother’s jewellery too. His parents were not aware of this till now. One day when his parents came to know about his misdeeds, they were stunned.

Now, the hardworking man was again as poor as he was twenty years ago because his son had not left a single pie in the house.

The moral of the story is that we should always keep an eye on our children what they are doing, no matter how dear they are to us.

6. An intelligent farmer

A farmer was returning home after selling all his vegetables. On the way, he met a miscreant. The miscreant looked very dangerous as he had a sword-like knife. The farmer got scared and gave all his money to the miscreant.

When the miscreant started leaving there, the farmer said, “You have looted all my money, please give me something that I can show my wife so that she will be happy.”

The miscreant took pity and gave his knife to him. The farmer was so intelligent that he took back all his money from him with the help of the knife.

The story teaches us that if you have intelligence, you can tackle any problem.

7. Starvation in a king’s kingdom

The king named Raghuveer was very kind. Once there was a drought in his kingdom due to which people started dying of hunger. When the king came to know about this, he sent loaves to his subjects so that they could satisfy their hunger.

The condition of taking loaves was that no one could take more than two so that everyone could get them. Now all fell upon the loaves as if they had never seen them before.

There was a little boy. He also wanted to take loaves but the crowd was so much that he stood nearby waiting for his turn.

When everyone had left with their loaves, he went to the vessel in which the loaves had come. He was very happy because there were five loaves in that.

The moral of the story is that we should have patience for anything. Sometimes it’s better to be patient.

Final words

Eventually, I hope that the article must have proved very helpful for you. Here, I have written all the best 5 lines short stories with moral lessons.

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Vijay Gupta

Hello everyone, My name is Vijay Gupta and I belong to a very small town that is situated in district Hardoi, which is in Uttar Pradesh. 1. Education – I’ve completed my primary education from a private school that is situated in my hometown and upper primary, matric and higher secondary education have been completed from a government college. Well, I was an average student till class 5th, but I accelerated my preference towards studies from class six. Consequently, I passed out many classes with good positions. Even I passed out 12th with good marks ( 405/500 ) and topped my college. Due to getting good marks, I got a cheque of 500 rupees and was rewarded by the Principal of my college. After completing my 12th, I prepared twice for IIT ( Indian Institute of Technology ) from Aakash institute, but unfortunately, I failed to get selected into the best IIT colleges. But during the preparation, I was being graduated from CSJMU Kanpur. I completed my graduation in 2016 and now I’m pursuing an educational degree ( B.Ed. ). 2. Profession – Although I love teaching, but I also do blogging. Both are my favorite jobs.

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