The Adventures of Inse and Curity: Lost and Found

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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.

Once upon a time, Inse had a favorite toy, a teddy bear named Teddy. Inse loved to play with Teddy every day. But one day, while playing at the park with Curity, Inse lost Teddy. He looked everywhere, but Teddy was nowhere to be found. Inse felt sad and started to cry. Curity noticed his tears and asked what was wrong.

Inse explained that he had lost Teddy, and he didn’t know what to do without his favorite toy. Curity listened to Inse’s worries and told him about the five transformations. She reminded him that it’s okay to feel sad and worried, but he could also use the voice of insecurity as inspiration to find Teddy. Inse listened to Curity and felt inspired to find his beloved Teddy.

Together, they retraced their steps at the park and asked people if they had seen Teddy. They searched high and low, but Teddy was still missing. Inse started to feel discouraged, but Curity reminded him of the voice of security, which encouraged him to keep looking and never give up.

Finally, they found Teddy on a bench. A kind stranger had found him and put him there, hoping someone would come looking for him. Inse was overjoyed and hugged Teddy tightly. He thanked Curity for helping him and showing him how to use the five transformations.

From that day on, Inse learned to cherish his favorite toy even more and never let him out of sight. And whenever he felt worried or insecure, he remembered the five transformations and how they helped him find Teddy.

The End.

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