Could you please tell me the episode of "George Washington and cherry tree"? Is there a moral in the story?
The story about George Washington and the cherry tree is a common myth about George Washington, the first president of the United States. According to the myth, George Washington received an axe as a gift on his sixth birthday and chopped down his father's favorite cherry tree. His father became angry at him and asked him if he did it. George Washington told his father the truth that he chopped down his cherry tree and explained that he could never tell a lie. His father's anger turned to love because of George Washington's honesty. No one knows whether or not this story is true, however it has become a common American myth.