As the stars began to twinkle in the night sky, Inse tossed and turned in his bed. He had a big problem that was weighing heavily on his mind. You see, Inse had a hard time following rules and listening to authority figures.
One day, Inse and his older sister Curity went to the library. Inse was excited to explore all the books and read some interesting stories. But as they were browsing the shelves, Inse couldn’t resist the urge to grab a book and toss it across the room.
The librarian quickly scolded Inse, telling him that he needed to respect the books and follow the library rules. Inse felt embarrassed and ashamed. He didn’t mean to cause any harm, but he couldn’t seem to control his impulsive behavior.
Curity stepped in and reminded Inse about the five transformations. She told him that he needed to ignore the voice in his head that was telling him to misbehave and instead, use that voice as inspiration to make better choices.
Inse felt a sense of relief as he began to understand how to control his inner voice. With Curity’s guidance, he apologized to the librarian and offered to help put the books back on the shelves. He worked hard to make things right, carefully placing each book in its proper place.
As they walked home, Curity put her arm around Inse’s shoulder and praised him for taking responsibility for his actions. Inse felt proud of himself and knew that he had the power to transform his thoughts and actions to become a better person.
The two siblings walked back to their house, hand in hand, feeling happy and content as they gazed up at the moon and stars above.