ACEOp FABLE NUMBER FOUR:
THE ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER
Grasshopper gives Ant a hard time for working all summer. Winter comes, Ant is living off it's labors while Grasshopper is starving to death. Ant says too bad, so sad, I'm eating all the food you wish you had.
Aesop moral: Work if you want to eat.
My moral: Can't really argue with that one, except to say that life is short. Especially for bugs. Well, most bugs. Don't work too hard. Here's an image of Ant on his deathbed, and let me assure you he is NOT wishing he had spent more time at the office.
And here's the wife's take.