Once there was a little ant. She wanted to get married, but she only wanted to marry the strongest creature.
She wanted to marry the strongest creature, but she didn’t know who the strongest creature is. She saw the wind blow houses down. So she thought the wind was the strongest creature. She wanted to marry the wind.
But the wind told the little ant that he wasn’t the strongest creature. There was a tower in the forest. He had stood there for a thousand years against his force. The tower was the strongest creature.
“Why do you want to marry me?” the tower asked.
“Because you are the strongest creature in the world. You are strongest than the wind.” said the ant.
“You are right. I’m strongest than the wind. But I’m not the strongest creature in the world. Look, how I’m damaged! Can’t you guess who has done this to me? It’s you, ants.”
At last, the little ant married her own kind. Because they were the strongest creatures.