A fisherman catch a little fish---it wishes to be free till it grow larger he does not agree---he takes it home---his wife cooks it for ceremonial dinner Moral.
A fisherman once caught a very little fish. “Please, sir,” said the fish, “Put me back into the river. I am very little now. But after a few months, I will grow up and much larger. Then you can catch me.” The fisherman was greatly smiling to hear that. But he shook his head and said,” You will grow bigger no doubt; but I can not, possibly, be able to take you once more.” Saying this, he put it into his storage bin and takes it home. His wife cooked it very well, and together ate it with boiled rice.
Moral: A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.