Goha and his donkey summary
Goha and His Donkey by Valeri Gorbachev
Goha, his son, and their donkey
Goha and His Donkey: An Egyptian Folktale
One day, Joha was riding upon his donkey on the way to market. When the father and son passed a small group of people gathered by the side of the track, the people criticised Joha. How can you ride upon the donkey while your son is forced to walk beside you?
Goha and his son finally decide to carry the donkey together because none of their other attempts to travel without being criticised had been successful. The townspeople once again ridicule them, saying that it is bizarre to carry one's donkey. Goha explains to his son that you can never please everyone with your actions, and so you should just do what you believe is right. The duration of Goha is 1. The conflict of the story is when the teacher cannot find any donkey cart to use in his travel.. In the story of Adam and Eve, God invented the Donkey.