In your English class, the teacher shows the picture below and asks the class to discuss it. Your
classmates may have different understandings.
Look at the picture carefully and tell the class how YOU understand it.
One possible version
In the picture, two goats are tied to each other with a rope. They both see some grass in opposite directions,
and try to pull to get their own food. They are unsuccessful, because the rope is too short to allow them to eat
the food at the same time.
The picture is trying to tell us that cooperation is better than conflict. Both of the goats want their food at
the same time, which has formed a conflict between them. However, if they decide to cooperate and eat the
grass on the left first, and then the grass on the right, they will both be able to get their food. Thus things will
turn into a "win-win" situation.
Therefore, remember that sometimes our goal is not that we get something and the other gets nothing, but
that all people get what they want. Cooperation will benefit everyone.