Inse and Curity: The Big Test

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Inse was feeling nervous as he walked to school. Today was the day of the big test in math, and he wasn’t sure if he was prepared. His mind was filled with thoughts of failing the test and disappointing his parents.

As he walked into the classroom, he noticed his sister, Curity, sitting at her desk with a calm and confident look on her face. Inse envied her self-assurance and wished he could be more like her.

During the test, Inse’s mind kept wandering, and he struggled to concentrate. He kept hearing the voice of insecurity in his head, telling him he was going to fail. But then he remembered the first transformation: ignore the voice of insecurity. He took a deep breath and tried to push those negative thoughts out of his mind.

After the test, Inse and Curity met up outside of the classroom. “How did you do?” Curity asked with a smile.

“I don’t know,” Inse admitted. “I was so nervous, I couldn’t concentrate.”

“That’s okay,” Curity reassured him. “It’s normal to feel nervous before a big test. But remember the second transformation: use the voice of insecurity as amusement and inspiration. You can use your nervousness as inspiration to study harder next time.”

Inse took her advice to heart and decided to spend the evening reviewing his notes and doing some extra practice problems. He realized that studying would help him feel more prepared and confident.

The next day, Inse walked into the classroom feeling much more confident. He had studied hard and knew he was ready for the test. As he sat down at his desk, he heard the voice of security in his head, telling him that he could do this.

During the test, Inse felt much more relaxed and focused. He remembered the third transformation: let yourself be guided by the voice of security. He allowed himself to feel confident and inspired, knowing that he had put in the effort to prepare for the test.

When the test was over, Inse felt relieved and proud of himself. He had overcome his fear and anxiety, and it had paid off. As he walked out of the classroom, he saw his sister waiting for him.

“How did it go?” Curity asked.

“I think I did pretty well,” Inse said with a smile. “Thanks for your advice yesterday. It really helped me.”

“That’s what big sisters are for,” Curity replied, giving him a reassuring pat on the back.

As they walked home together, Inse thought about the fourth transformation: take action. He realized that he could apply these lessons to other areas of his life, not just tests. He could use the power of the voice of security to help him overcome his insecurities and fears.

In the end, Inse and Curity had befriended their two inner voices, and it had made them stronger and more confident individuals.

The end.

Visual Descriptive Scenery Information:

As Inse walked to school, the sun was rising in the sky, casting a warm and golden light over the buildings and streets. He could hear the sounds of birds chirping and the rustling of leaves in the gentle breeze. The school building loomed in front of him, with its red brick walls and tall windows. Inside the classroom, the desks were arranged in neat rows, and the chalkboard was covered in scribbled equations and diagrams.

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