One of the most famous fables of them all by Aesop. I am not sure that slow and steady wins the race every time but Aesop has cornered the market on supposed patients. This is a prime candidate for deconstructing Aesop's Fables. There are a number of interpretations that are available on a great site I discovered Fables of Aesop.
Should Slow and Steady Wins the Race
Check out the original fable narrated from the Aesop's Fables Library page - The Hare and the Tortoise
Doing My Part
A new story will be posted every day until they are all out. The Library of Congress has 147 fables on their page that I am narrating. My YouTube Playlist is available for anyone to enjoy and share, plus additional content will be available on my Facebook page. I aim to reach people young and old. Remind them that Aesop had some great ideas centuries ago and life could be more pleasant or at least karma will make more sense if we are all reminded of the simple stories that shape our moral beings.
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Story source: http://www.read.gov/aesop/
All photos in videos from the source above along with the story in the videos. All background music provided by iMovie and narration by Jon Wilkins. Some stories contain sound effects and small samples with sources added to video credits.