The Magical Garden of Sharing

Share Adventure

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.

Once upon a time, in a magical garden, there lived a brother and sister named Inse and Curity. The garden was full of beautiful flowers, tall trees, and chirping birds. The sun was shining, and a light breeze blew through the garden.

Inse loved playing with his toys, but he didn’t like sharing them with others. He would often play by himself and didn’t like it when others wanted to join in. Curity, on the other hand, loved sharing her toys with others. She would often invite her friends to play with her and her toys.

One day, while Inse was playing with his favorite toy car, he noticed a group of children playing together. He wanted to join them, but he didn’t want to share his toy car. He kept it to himself and sat in the corner, feeling sad and lonely.

Curity noticed her brother sitting by himself and went over to him. “What’s wrong, Inse?” she asked.

“I want to play with the other children, but I don’t want to share my toy car,” Inse replied.

Curity smiled and said, “I understand how you feel, Inse. But sharing is important, and it can make you feel happy too. Let’s use the five transformations to help you feel better.”

Inse looked at his sister, wondering what the five transformations were. Curity explained them to him, and they started using them.

First, Inse ignored the voice of insecurity telling him not to share his toy car. Second, he used it as amusement and inspiration, realizing that sharing could make him happy too. Third, he listened to the voice of security and decided to share his toy car with the other children.

As he handed over his toy car to the other children, he felt a sense of happiness and joy. The other children thanked him, and they all started playing together. Inse had so much fun, and he realized that sharing was not so bad after all.

From that day on, Inse started sharing his toys with others and made many new friends. He learned that sharing was not only good for others but also good for himself.

As the sun set in the magical garden, Inse and Curity lay down to sleep. Inse whispered to his sister, “Thank you, Curity. I had so much fun today. I’m glad I learned how to share.”

Curity smiled and replied, “I’m happy you had fun, Inse. Sharing is caring, and it can make the world a better place.”

And with that, they both closed their eyes and drifted off to sleep, dreaming of all the fun they would have in the magical garden of sharing.

The End.

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