The origin of the Fable of the Buffalo and The Storm.

The origin

The Storm - Lee Fridinger

The earliest known publication of this fable is in a book called "The Portland Transcript" which was published in 1854. The fable was also included in a book called "Cargantua of the skies" which was published in 1913. Both of these books are now in the public domain.

The story of the buffalo and storm is a Native American fable about how buffalo respond to thunderstorms differently than cows. When a buffalo sees a thunderstorm up in the clouds, it will run straight toward it. This is because buffalo believe that the storm is a sign of strength and power. Cows, on the other hand, will run away from thunderstorms because they are afraid of them.

The moral of the story is that we should face our challenges head-on instead of running away from them. Buffaloes are strong and powerful animals, and they are not afraid of storms. We can learn from their example and face our challenges with courage and determination.

-The Storm

The origin of the fable of the Buffalo and The Storm.

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