A hedgehog is looking for a place to make a nest. Finally he found a small protected cave, where in it lived a family of snakes. The Hedgehog then asked permission for them to let him live together in the small cave, and the Snake did not mind because the cave was still big enough for all of them.
But over time the Snake became sorry for allowing the Hedgehog to live in the cave with them, because the hedgehog’s sharp thorns often pierced and injured their skin accidentally. Eventually the Snake became intolerant and politely asked him to leave the cave and look for a better place.
“I feel quite satisfied living here, Thank you,” said the Hedgehog. “And I intend to stay here.” Then the Hedgehog was half forced, asking that the Snake come out of the cave and move to another place. In order to save the skin, the snake family was forced to leave the cave to find a new place to live.
Being friendly is a very good quality, but it must be used wisely because people can take advantage of our hospitality.