Inse’s Jealousy Transformation: Learning to Celebrate Others’ Success

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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.

Inse and Curity were out for a walk in the park. The sun was shining, and the birds were singing. Inse was feeling a little down, but he didn’t know why. Curity noticed Inse’s sadness and asked him what was wrong.

“I’m not sure,” Inse said. “I just feel a little jealous of my friend, Jack. He’s always doing so well in school and sports, and I feel like I can’t keep up.”

Curity smiled and said, “Inse, it’s okay to feel a little jealous sometimes. But you should never let it get in the way of celebrating your friend’s success.”

Inse was confused. “What do you mean?” he asked.

Curity explained the first transformation of the five transformations. She told Inse that sometimes, our own voice of insecurity can make us feel jealous of others. But we can transform that feeling into inspiration and amusement by celebrating their success and learning from them.

Inse still felt a little unsure, but he listened to Curity’s advice. They continued their walk through the park, enjoying the sights and sounds around them. Suddenly, they heard a loud cheer coming from a nearby soccer field. Inse recognized Jack’s voice and ran over to see what was happening.

Jack had just scored a goal, and his teammates were congratulating him. Inse felt a twinge of jealousy again, but this time, he remembered what Curity had told him. He decided to transform his voice of insecurity into inspiration.

“Wow, Jack, that was amazing!” Inse said, clapping for his friend. “I want to be as good as you someday!”

Jack smiled and thanked Inse for his kind words. Inse felt a warmth in his heart that he had never felt before. He realized that celebrating his friend’s success was even better than feeling jealous.

Curity smiled at Inse and said, “See, Inse? Transforming your voice of insecurity into inspiration is a powerful tool. It allows you to learn from others and be happy for their success.”

Inse nodded, feeling happy and content. He knew that he still had a lot to learn, but he was ready to transform his voice of insecurity into inspiration whenever he needed to.

As they walked back home, Curity told Inse about the other transformations of the five transformations. She explained how the voice of security could guide him to be confident and positive, and how taking action based on what he learned could help him grow.

Inse listened intently, taking in all of Curity’s wise words. He knew that he was lucky to have her as his sister and best friend.

They arrived back home, and Inse felt a sense of peace and happiness. He knew that he could transform his voice of insecurity into inspiration whenever he needed to. And he knew that Curity would always be there to guide him.

The end.

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