In a village there was a cowboy boy. Every day he would tend a herd of sheep in the pasture away from the village. The shepherd was a naughty child. On a hot day, he was herding his sheeps in a pasture, not far from his village. Suddenly, he had a bad idea to lie to the villagers. Then he cried out, “Tiger! Tiger! Help! Please!” "The tiger will eat my sheeps" Villagers who heard the cries of the boy immediately ran to the pasture to save him. But when they arrived, there was no tiger. Only a boy who laughed heartily saw villagers who had succeeded him lied. Next day, the shepherd boy repeated the trick. She screamed louder than ever, "There is a tiger! There is a tiger!” Villagers went back rushing to save him. Shepherd boy came back roaring with laughter. Until one day, pack of wolves actually came over to him. The shepherd boy was so scared and immediately shouted loudly, "There is a tiger! It will eat my sheeps.” The villagers heard the cries of the shepherd boy. But they said nothing, thought surely it was a hoax by shepherd boy again. So they remained silent in the village to continue their work. Poor shepherd boy, all his goats gone devoured the tiger.
That's the fate that befell the child who frequently lie: though telling the truth, no one would believe.
Moral: Do not like to lie to other people, because if you lie then others will become not believe with our words.