One should work to benefit others
Hora was the leader of a tribe. He had three sons. Now he had grown old and wanted to ascertain as to whom he should make the leader after him. Pointing to a high hill, he said to his sons, “One who will bring the costliest present from the hill will be enthroned after me.” The three sons soon set off for the hill. The first son returned with a rare flower. The second son returned with a rare stone. The youngest son reached the top of the hill and saw a stream there.
He returned to his father and told him about the stream that how it could be beneficial for the tribe. The father was very happy with him and declared him the next leader.
Moral: One should work to benefit others.