The parable of the bushmeat

One morning, Kalo-Kalo went to the farm to do some remove the weed growing beside his budding vegetables. Suddenly he saw a huge pangolin crawling up a tree in the distance. Kalo-Kalo picked up his rifle and took aim. The huge pangolin fell down. Unknown to Kalo-Kalo, there was a stranger standing near the tree who picked up the pangolin and made a quick getaway.

Kalo-Kalo felt a rush and wanted to run after the thief but remembered that he did not have a license for his rifle. Meaning he was not supposed to carry the weapon about. When he could not convince himself about how he killed the pangolin from a good distance without using his rifle, he stopped the attempt to pursue the thief. And the thief ran away with the prize.

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