As the sun set on a beautiful day, a young boy named Inse and his older sister Curity were getting ready for bed. As they brushed their teeth and put on their pajamas, Inse couldn’t help but feel sad. Earlier that day, he had a disagreement with his friend, and they both said some hurtful things.
Curity noticed her brother’s sadness and asked him what was wrong. Inse told her about the fight and how he couldn’t stop thinking about it. Curity listened carefully and reminded Inse of the five transformations.
“Inse, do you remember what we learned about the voice of insecurity?” she asked.
Inse nodded his head, “Yes, it’s the voice in my head that tells me I’m not good enough.”
“That’s right,” Curity said, “And what about the voice of security?”
“It’s the voice that tells me I am capable and loved,” Inse replied.
“Exactly,” Curity said, “And which voice do you want to listen to?”
Inse thought for a moment and said, “I want to listen to the voice of security.”
“Good choice,” Curity said, “Now, let’s think about what we can do to make things better with your friend.”
Together, Inse and Curity came up with a plan. The next day, Inse would apologize to his friend and ask for forgiveness. They also decided to bring a special toy as a gift to show how much they valued their friendship.
As Inse drifted off to sleep, he felt a sense of peace and comfort knowing that he had a plan to make things right with his friend. And he knew that he could always count on his sister to help him through any difficult situation.
The next day, Inse followed through with his plan and was surprised at how forgiving his friend was. They hugged and played together as if nothing had ever happened. Inse felt grateful for the opportunity to make things right and promised himself that he would always try to listen to the voice of security.
As the stars twinkled outside their window, Inse and Curity cuddled up in bed, feeling happy and content. They knew that no matter what challenges they faced in the future, they could always rely on the five transformations to guide them towards making good choices and being the best version of themselves.