Inse and Curity: Listening and Communicating in the Classroom

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Inse was a nine-year-old boy who loved school but struggled to speak up in class. He often found himself listening to the voice of insecurity, which made him doubt his abilities and kept him from sharing his ideas. His older sister Curity, on the other hand, was confident and always ready to contribute to class discussions.

One day, as Inse and Curity walked to school, Curity noticed that her brother seemed worried. “What’s wrong, Inse?” she asked. “You seem quiet today.”

“I don’t know,” Inse replied. “I just feel like I don’t have anything to say in class. What if I sound stupid?”

Curity put a comforting hand on his shoulder. “Don’t worry, Inse. You have great ideas, but sometimes you let the voice of insecurity hold you back. Remember the five transformations we learned? You can use them to overcome your fears.”

Inse looked up at her with curiosity. “What are the five transformations?”

Curity smiled. “Well, first you have to ignore the voice of insecurity. Then, you can use it as inspiration and amusement. Next, you let yourself be guided by the voice of security. After that, you take action based on what you’ve learned. And finally, you befriend both inner voices.”

Inse nodded thoughtfully. “I think I understand. But how can I use them to speak up in class?”

As they entered the classroom, the teacher announced that they would be having a group discussion about their latest project. Inse’s heart sank. He knew he wanted to share his ideas, but he didn’t know how.

Curity noticed his unease and gave him a reassuring smile. “Don’t worry, Inse. Let’s try using the five transformations.”

Inse took a deep breath and closed his eyes, trying to ignore the voice of insecurity. Then, he thought about what the voice was telling him and used it as inspiration to come up with new ideas. He imagined himself confidently sharing his thoughts with the class, guided by the voice of security.

When the time came for the discussion, Inse took a deep breath and spoke up. He shared his ideas and listened actively to his classmates’ responses, feeling proud of himself for overcoming his fears.

After class, Curity gave him a high five. “You did it, Inse! You used the five transformations to speak up in class.”

Inse beamed with pride. “Thanks, Curity. I couldn’t have done it without you.”

From that day on, Inse learned to listen actively and communicate effectively in class, using the five transformations to overcome his insecurities.

The End.

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