what is the moral of the story a horse and two goats

what is the moral of the story a horse and two goats

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    The moral of the story lies in the fact that even though there is a culture clash in the world, proper expression of one’s own culture and tradition will bring people closer to one another, even if they are from different parts of the world. Neither the American nor Muni could understand each other’s language but when Muni talked about the horse statue, the American’s attention was won over and he ended up buying the statue, even if it was for his own materialistic gain.

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