The Monkey, it is said, has two young ones at each birth. The Mother
fondles one and nurtures it with the greatest affection and care,
but hates and neglects the other. It happened once that the young
one which was caressed and loved was smothered by the too great affection
of the Mother, while the despised one was nurtured and reared in spite
of the neglect to which it was exposed.
The best intentions will not always ensure success.
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