The tortoise and the hare were going to have a race. The hare knew he was faster than the tortoise. After the race had begun, the hare decided he was fast enough that he could take a break and catch up to the tortoise later. The tortoise, even though he was slow, kept trying his hardest to win the race. When the hare tried to catch up and beat the tortoise it was too late. He had waited too long to try to win the race and the tortoise beat him.
Which statement provides the best moral for this story?
Being fast means you always win.
Slow and steady wins the race.
You should give up if you are the slowest.
Winning isn't everything.