All the animals were making merry one summers day over the Sun’s wedding, and among the rest, the frogs were rejoicing. But one of their number said: You fools, why all this jubilation? One sun is enough to dry up all the muddy pools. If he marries a wife and begets a child like himself, we shall be a in a bad way.

A lot of empty headed people rejoice over the wrong things. (source:Penguin Classics-Fables of Aesop-“One Is Enough”)

In both the land of fables and the here and now. The same message is apparent because Jesus said, “Therefore I speak in fables, oops parables. Because though seeing, they see not; and hearing, they hear not,” Matthew 13:13.

No doubt the world could use some wise frogs to declare that their jubilation could very well be their doom.