Once upon a time, in the vast savannah of Africa, there lived an enormous elephant named Elmer. Elmer was proud of his massive size and strength, and loved nothing more than showing off to the other animals in the savannah.
One day, while Elmer was flapping his giant ears and trumpeting loudly, he noticed a tiny ant crawling on the ground beneath him. The ant, who's name was Andy, was going about his business, carrying a crumb of bread that was bigger than him.
"Hey, you there!" Elmer bellowed, "Can you not see how insignificant you are compared to me? I am the largest and strongest animal in the savannah, and you are nothing but a tiny ant!"
Andy, who was not one to be intimidated, replied, "I may be small, but I am also fast and can carry things much heavier than myself. And you may be big, but you can't even reach your own back to scratch it!”
Elmer was taken aback by Andy's boldness. He had never thought of it that way before. He realized that everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses, and that it's important to appreciate the unique abilities of others.
Feeling humbled, Elmer apologized to Andy and asked if they could be friends. Andy, who had no hard feelings, was happy to oblige. From that day on, Elmer and Andy were the best of friends. They would often be seen strolling through the savannah together, with Andy perched on Elmer's trunk and Elmer using his trunk to help Andy reach new heights.
The other animals in the savannah were amazed by their unlikely friendship, but they soon realized that it just goes to show that size doesn't matter. It's the friendship and mutual respect that counts.
It's just a short story, hope you enjoy it.