This fairy tale has a Buddhist reference

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“Goldilocks and the three bears” is a fairy tale that has multiple versions.

One of the popular versions is about a young girl (Goldilocks) who breaks into a house (that belongs to a family of bears) and finds three different bowls of porridge on the table. Enticed by the aroma, she decides to taste the porridge and realizes she didn’t like the bowls that had porridge that was either too hot…




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