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Here is another Aesop’s fable Aesop’s Fable – The Mischievous Dog. This is an interesting story weave around notoriety mistaken as fame. It’s too bad that many think Notoriety is fame. Our society is growing in big volume of people deluded in this manner thus misappropriating the terms. Read on Aesop’s Fable – The Mischievous Dog together with the Moral included.
Aesop’s Fable – The Mischievous Dog: There was once a Dog who used to snap at people and bite them without any provocation, and who was a great nuisance to every one who came to his master’s house. So his master fastened a bell round his neck to warn people of his presence. The Dog was very proud of the bell, and strutted about tinkling it with immense satisfaction. But an old dog came up to him and said, “The fewer airs you give yourself the better, my friend. You don’t think, do you, that your bell was given you as a reward of merit? On the contrary, it is a badge of disgrace.”
Notoriety is often mistaken for fame.