Four blind men went to a zoo. The zoo elephants gave them a really tough time. The zookeeper had forgotten to lock the gate of the elephants’ cage. The elephants slipped out and decided to go for a walk. When the elephants crossed the four blind men, one of the men touched the side of the elephant and exclaimed, “Oh! I have come across a wall.” Out of curiosity, the second one too went around and touched its trunk, shrinking in fear he said, “No, it’s a snake.” The other two also went one by one and came to different conclusions of it being a rope, a sword and a tree-trunk. At last they went to the zookeeper who told them, “It was neither a rope nor a tree trunk but a big elephant.” They then realized that it is wrong to make hasty decisions.