Inse and Curity Learn to Forgive.

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The stories age 4+ are deliberately written in language that is understandable for parents. So extra explanation is (intentionally) required while read the bedtime story. This creates more intense parent-child relationship.

As the sun started to set, a warm breeze rustled through the trees in the backyard. Inse and Curity were sitting on the grass, looking up at the sky. Curity pointed to a cloud that looked like a dragon, and Inse laughed and said it looked like a giant marshmallow.

Suddenly, Inse’s smile faded. He remembered something that happened earlier in the day. His friend Jack had accidentally stepped on Inse’s favorite toy car and broke it. Inse felt angry and hurt, and he didn’t want to talk to Jack anymore.

Curity noticed that Inse seemed upset and asked him what was wrong. Inse told her about the broken toy car and how Jack had promised to replace it, but he wasn’t sure if he could trust him. Curity listened carefully and then told Inse about a time when she accidentally broke their dad’s vase, and how she felt really bad about it. She explained how important it was to forgive others and give them a chance to make things right.

Inse thought about what Curity had said and realized that maybe Jack really was sorry and wanted to make things right. He decided to talk to Jack the next day and give him another chance.

The next morning, Inse went to school and found Jack. He could see that Jack felt bad about breaking the toy car. Inse took a deep breath and remembered what Curity had told him about forgiveness. He decided to use the five transformations to deal with his emotions.

First, he ignored the voice of insecurity that told him to be angry and not forgive Jack. Then, he used the voice of insecurity as amusement and inspiration to see things from Jack’s perspective. He thought about how he would feel if he accidentally broke someone’s favorite toy. He realized that he would want that person to forgive him and give him a chance to make things right.

Next, Inse let himself be guided by the voice of security. He felt calm and confident as he talked to Jack. He told Jack that he forgave him and appreciated that he wanted to replace the toy car.

Finally, Inse and Jack became friends again, and Inse realized that befriending the two inner voices helped him overcome his anger and make things right with Jack.

As the day ended, Inse and Curity were back in the backyard, watching the stars twinkle in the sky. Inse thanked Curity for helping him deal with his emotions and showing him how important it was to forgive others. They both smiled and enjoyed the peaceful moment together.

The End.

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