Any more ideas?

for writing a parable?

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  1. Well, you could base one on a true story that happened to my friend last month...she got into bed, in which a rattlesnake had crawled in the sheets. She almost died of the bite. Surely you could make a parable of this: The lady who didn't check her sheets before bedding down. The point of a parable is a story that teaches a moral lesson.
    When in Texas, check your bed before crawling in it.

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  2. You may get some ideas from this site.

    http://www.parablesite.com/

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