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Si Lam-ang at Ang Apoy, Tubig, Hangin
(Maikling kwento)

Noong unang panahon ay may kauna-unahang tao na ang pangalan ay Lam-ang. Si Lam-ang ay maraming nagawang pagkakamali kung kaya’t naging mahirap at magulo ang pamumuhay ng mga sumusunod sa kanya na lahi ng tao.

Noon daw, hindi nangangaso si Lam-ang kung nagugutom. Inutusan lamang nito ang lahat ng bagay. Inuutusan lamang nito ang lahat ng bagay. Madalas namang nagtatalo-talo at nagpapaligsahan ang mga ito kung sino sa kanila ang pinakamahalaga para kay Lam-ang.

“Baboy-ramo, halika ito” ang utos ni Lam-ang at lalapit na agad ang hayop sa kanya. “Tubig, halika hugasan mo ang baboy ramo bago ko lutuin,” at susunod kaagad ang Tubig. “ Apoy, lutuin mo ang baboy-ramo” at agad susunod ang apoy. At di pa nagtagal kakain na lamang si Lam-ang, habang hinahanginan ni hangin. Ngunit isang araw nainip nat nalungkot si Lam-ang. Naisip niyang tawagin ang mga utusan niyang bagay at hayop nang nasan harapan nan i Lam-ang ang lahat nagsimulang magtalo ang mga ito. Umugong ang ingay nagtakip ng tenga si Lam-ang nagging dahilan upang magising sa pagkakatulog si Bathala. Nang malaman ni Bathala ang dahilan ng kaguluhan sinabi nito.

“Bilang parusa sa inyong lahat mula sa araw na ito ay magkakahiwa-hiwalay na kayo.” Natakot ang lahat sa sinabi ni Bathala. Ang apoy ay pumasok sa bato ang hangin ay kumalat paitaas sa kapaligiran. Ngunit ang tubig ay sinamang palad na matabunan ng lupa at bato. Si Lam-ang ang naman at tumakbong paakyat sa mataas na lupa. Nang tahimik na ang paligid, naiwan si Lam-ang na nag-iisa. Nagsisi siya sa kanyang ginawa. At mula nga noon kinailangan nang hanapin ni lam-ang ang mga hayop sa gubat para sa kanyang pagkain. Kailangan na rin niyang magtanim ng mga halaman at humukay ng balon upang makakuha ng tubig.

Sa hirap na naranasan ni lam-ang lagi siyang…...

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