“Inse and Curity Learn to Problem-Solve”

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Inse and Curity were both excited to start their new school year. They were in the same class for the first time, and they were eager to make new friends and learn new things. On the first day of school, they walked into their classroom and found a challenging puzzle on their desks.

Inse looked at the puzzle and felt his heart race with anxiety. He thought to himself, “I can’t do this. It’s too hard.” Curity, on the other hand, saw the puzzle and felt excited. She thought to herself, “This looks like a fun challenge.”

Their teacher, Ms. Johnson, walked into the classroom and explained that the puzzle was a group project. Each group had to work together to solve the puzzle and present their solution to the class. Inse and Curity were assigned to the same group.

As they worked on the puzzle, Inse kept hearing the voice of insecurity in his head, telling him that he wasn’t smart enough to solve the puzzle. Curity noticed Inse’s struggle and asked him, “What’s going on, Inse? Why are you feeling so anxious?”

Inse explained his thoughts to Curity, and she replied, “It’s okay to feel anxious, Inse. But remember the second transformation – we can use our voice of insecurity as inspiration. Let’s take a step back, take a deep breath, and try to look at the puzzle from a different perspective.”

Inse followed Curity’s advice, and they looked at the puzzle from a different angle. Suddenly, they saw a pattern that they hadn’t noticed before. They were both excited to have found the solution and couldn’t wait to present it to the class.

When it was their turn to present, Inse and Curity shared how they had worked together to solve the puzzle. Inse explained, “At first, I was feeling really anxious about the puzzle. But then Curity reminded me to use my voice of insecurity as inspiration. That helped me calm down and see the puzzle in a new way.”

Ms. Johnson was impressed with their teamwork and critical thinking skills. She said, “You two make a great team. You showed that by working together and using your problem-solving skills, you can overcome any challenge.”

As Inse and Curity walked out of the classroom, they both felt proud of themselves. Inse learned to listen to the voice of security and trust himself more, while Curity helped Inse by reminding him of the five transformations. They both felt more confident and capable of tackling any challenge that came their way.

The next day, Inse and Curity were excited to see a new puzzle on their desks. This time, Inse felt more confident and ready to take on the challenge. He remembered Curity’s advice to use the five transformations, and together, they worked on the puzzle with ease.

From that day on, Inse and Curity continued to use their problem-solving skills and the five transformations to overcome challenges in the classroom and in life.

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