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Una leyenda india cuenta la historia de un ratón que estaba en constante temor de un gato. Un mago se compadeció del ratón y lo convirtió en un gato. Inmediatamente empezó a tener miedo del perro, así que el mago lo convirtió en un perro. Pero inmediatamente empezó a sentir miedo por el tigre, así que el mago lo convirtió en tigre. Inmediatamente el tigre empezó a sentir miedo por el cazador. Entonces el mago dijo: "Tienes que ser una ratón de nuevo. Tienes el corazón de un ratón y no hay nada que pueda hacer para ayudarte”.

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