狼和狮子（Wolves and lions）
On one occasion, the wolf snatched a sheep from the flock, was walking back with the sheep, and met the lion. The lion immediately snatched the sheep from the wolf's mouth. The wolf stood far away and said to himself, "It's too improper for you to rob me of something." The lion smiled and said, "So, is this thing given to you by a friend?" ”
The moral: Thieves and robbers are a mound, there is no good or bad.
狼和驴（Wolves and donkeys）
One day, the wild donkey's feet were punctured, and it was painful to walk up and down the road. A wolf saw the wounded wild donkey and tried to eat the prey at his fingertips. The wild donkey asked him, "You help me pull out the thorns on my feet, eliminate my pain, and let me eat without pain." "The wolf pulled out the sting with his teeth, the wild donkey no longer pain in his feet, and suddenly, his feet were strong, and he kicked the wolf to death, fled elsewhere, to save his life.
The moral: Doing good to the enemy will not only not gain, but also suffer misfortune.