The Parable of the Man with Wings

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¿Qué era el hombre?

Un leñador macizo

¿Qué hizo el párroco?

Lo envió lejos

¿Qué argumentó el párroco?

Que las alas eran la cosa más importante para determinar la diferencia entre un ave y un animal

¿Qué hizo el párroco después de enviar al hombre lejos?

Advirtió a la gente sobre los peligros de ser crédulos

¿Qué estaba haciendo el hombre cuando fue visto por el párroco?

Comiendo fruta

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  • The párroco was suspicious of the man's wings and sent him away.
  • The man was a leñador macizo, a person who herds cattle.
  • He was lying in a corner, drying his wings after a morning of eating fruit and breakfast scraps.
  • The párroco noticed that the man was too human-looking and sent him away.
  • He argued that wings were not the only thing that differentiated between a bird and an animal.
  • He then left the man alone and warned people about the dangers of being gullible.
  • He said that the devil sometimes used carnival tricks to deceive people.
  • He argued that wings were the most important thing to determine the difference between a bird and an animal.
  • He then left the man alone and warned people about the dangers of being gullible.

Read the parable about a man with wings who encounters suspicion from the local priest and is ultimately dismissed. Reflect on the themes of deception, gullibility, and the nature of humanity.

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