Once upon a time, there were two foxes. They met each other on a small bridge over a river. One fox said, "Please let me go first." The other fox disagreed, saying, "No, you move out of my way!" They argued and ended up losing their balance. They fell into the river and sadly, they died.
Not long after that, two goats came to the same bridge. They saw each other and knew they had to cross. These goats were smart and calm. They politely made space for each other to pass on the narrow bridge. Both of them reached the other side safely.
The lesson we can learn from these stories is to be patient and smart when facing a problem. Just like the goats, it's important to find a good way to handle disagreements and difficulties.