a. The mighty warrior General Li Kuang, whose mother had been devoured by a tiger , shot an arrow at the stone he believed was a tiger.
b The arrow penetrated the stone all the way up to its feathers. c. But once he realized it was only a stone, he was unable to pierce it again.
d. Later he came to know as General Stone Tiger.
e. This story applies to you. Though enemies lurk in the wait for you, your resolute faith has forestalled great dangers before they could begin.

I didn't get the moral of the story.
The 'story' has a lot of structural/grammatical problems itself.
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It was a Para jumble, I have arranged in a correct order but its meaning did not satisfy me. Anything that last sentence convey?
unprlldI didn't get the moral of the story.
Me, neither.