Once upon a time, there was a rabbit and a turtle. The rabbit was very quick and liked to make fun of the turtle for being slow. One day, the turtle got tired of this and challenged the rabbit to a race. They agreed on a finish line, and whoever got there first would win.
When the race started, the rabbit sprinted ahead, but the turtle moved at a steady, unhurried pace. The rabbit was far ahead, and when he noticed the turtle was far behind, he decided to take a nap. Meanwhile, the turtle kept plodding along and, slowly but surely, reached the finish line. When the rabbit woke up, he hurried to the finish line, only to find the turtle had already won.
The turtle then said, "Going slow and steady can actually help you win the race."