Inse and Curity: Coping with Change

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Inse sat on the steps of his front porch, staring at the moving truck across the street. His best friend, Alex, was moving away, and Inse didn’t know how to cope with the loss. He felt the familiar voice of insecurity creeping in, telling him he was going to be alone forever.

Curity walked up and sat down next to Inse. “Hey there, little bro. What’s on your mind?”

Inse shrugged. “Alex is moving away, and I don’t know how to deal with it. I feel like I’m never going to have another friend again.”

Curity put her arm around Inse. “Change can be tough, but it doesn’t have to be scary. You know the first transformation, right? Ignore that voice of insecurity.”

Inse nodded. “Yeah, but it’s hard.”

“I know it is,” Curity said. “But that voice is just trying to protect you. The second transformation is to use that voice as inspiration. What can you learn from this experience?”

Inse thought for a moment. “I guess I could learn that change is a part of life and that it’s okay to feel sad about it.”

“Exactly!” Curity said, beaming. “And that brings us to the third transformation. Let yourself be guided by the voice of security. Believe that things will work out for the best.”

Inse looked up at Curity. “Do you really believe that?”

“I do,” Curity said. “And I believe that you’ll make new friends and have new experiences that will be just as good, if not better, than the ones you had with Alex.”

Inse thought about this for a moment, and a small smile appeared on his face. “Thanks, Curity. You always know how to make me feel better.”

“That’s what sisters are for,” Curity said with a grin.

As the moving truck drove away, Inse and Curity decided to take a walk around the neighborhood. They talked about all the fun things they could do together, like playing board games or going to the park. Inse started to feel a little better, and he realized that Curity was right. Change wasn’t so scary after all.

They walked by a pond and saw a family of ducks swimming together. Inse pointed to them. “Look, Curity. They all stick together no matter what. Maybe we can do the same.”

Curity smiled. “That’s the fourth transformation, Inse. Take action based on what you’ve learned. We can be like those ducks and stick together through thick and thin.”

Inse nodded, feeling a newfound sense of determination. “Yeah, we can do that. And that brings us to the fifth transformation, right? Befriend the two inner voices.”

Curity gave Inse a hug. “Exactly. It’s important to remember that both the voice of insecurity and the voice of security are a part of who we are. We can learn from both of them and use them to become stronger and more resilient.”

As they walked back to their house, Inse felt a little lighter. He knew that change was still going to be tough, but with Curity by his side, he could handle anything that came his way.

The end.

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