“Inse and Curity’s Adventure at the Zoo”

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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.

It was a beautiful day and Inse and Curity were excited to go on an adventure. They decided to go to the zoo to see all the amazing animals. As they walked through the entrance, they could hear the lions roaring in the distance.

Inse became nervous and started to feel scared of the animals. He didn’t want to get too close to them or even look at them. But Curity reminded him of the first transformation – to ignore the voice of insecurity. She told Inse to take a deep breath and remember that the animals are in cages and can’t hurt them.

As they walked through the zoo, they saw monkeys swinging from tree to tree, zebras running in the fields, and even an elephant taking a bath. Inse was fascinated by all the animals, but he was still feeling a little scared.

Curity reminded him of the second transformation – to use the voice of insecurity as amusement and inspiration. She told Inse to look at the animals and think about how amazing they are, even if they make him a little scared. She suggested they try to learn as much as they can about the animals, which made Inse excited to ask questions and learn more.

As they continued through the zoo, Inse and Curity met a friendly zookeeper who told them all about the animals and their habitats. Inse started to feel more confident and excited as he learned more about the animals.

Curity reminded him of the third transformation – to let themselves be guided by the voice of security. She told Inse to think positively and believe in himself, even if he feels scared or nervous. She encouraged him to keep learning and enjoying their adventure.

By the end of their visit to the zoo, Inse and Curity were having so much fun that they didn’t want to leave. Inse even wanted to go back and visit the animals again. As they walked out of the zoo, Inse felt proud of himself for facing his fear and having a great time.

Curity reminded him of the fifth transformation – to befriend the two inner voices. She told Inse that it’s okay to feel scared sometimes, but it’s important to remember to be positive and believe in himself. They hugged each other and smiled, grateful for their adventure at the zoo.

The End.

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