"They were beckoning to him, calling shrilly. "Why did the seagull's father and
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"They were beckoning to him, calling shrilly. "Why did the seagull's father and

mother threaten him and cajole him to fly?

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The young seagull was afraid to fly. Even when it saw its brothers and sisters flying, and

its parents helping and teaching them, it could not gather enough courage to make that

first flight. That is why its father and mother were calling to it shrilly and scolding it. They

threatened to let it starve on its ledge if it did not fly. They did so because they wanted it

to leave its fear behind and learn to fly.

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