In a far away village, where goats are seen as more precious than cows, the goats make the rules and the cows follow. Every goat owns some cows and when goats have a bad day or when cows don’t obey fully, the cows get beaten up and hanged upside down as a public spectacle, as a warning to the other cows.
The cows love the goats and they work the fields and clean the house diligently. Sometimes when the goats drive out to the city to buy some stuff, the cows could take a little rest.
If you could ask the cows, they will tell you how much they hope to go out and see the city, however they are not allowed to drive.
Beside a normal hut, a little calf was ordered to clean the barn. A little lamb was bored after school and started throwing pebbles at it, laughing, thinking where to catch some eels later.
Days go by and the little calf grew up understanding how less valuable it is than the goats. It got used to being ordered around and beaten up for mistakes that happened no matter whose fault it is. It is grateful though, because some of the little calves are sold to the butchers, at least it is allowed to stay. It just hope the goats are happy and not get angry so often. It also hope that one day it can get to see the city lights.
THIS STORY IS DEDICATED TO ALL GIRLS IN VILLAGES WHO HAVE NO CHANCE OF ATTENDING SCHOOLS.
A COUNTRY GROWS IN WEALTH WHEN IT VALUES HER GIRLS AS MUCH AS HER BOYS.