Once upon a time, there lived a sweet little boy named Albe. He was always full of happiness and wonder, and his parents were very proud of him.
One day, while playing in the backyard, Albe found a tiny, white flower. Its petals were so delicate and its beauty so captivating, Albe knew he had to take it with him. Despite his parents’ warnings, Albe put the flower in his pocket and ran back inside.
The next day, Albe decided that he wanted to keep the flower forever. He took it out of his pocket and placed it on a small table in his bedroom. He carefully watered it each day and soon the flower began to grow.
Albe was so happy with his special flower, but he soon realized that something was wrong. Despite his best care, it was starting to wilt. He tried to water it more and give it more sunlight, but nothing seemed to work.
Realizing that he couldn’t keep the flower healthy, Albe sadly picked it up and took it back outside. With a heavy heart, he returned the beautiful flower to the backyard where he had found it.
Even though he was sad, Albe knew that he had done the right thing. Even though he wanted to keep the flower, he realized that it belonged in the wild. He learnt that it was better to leave things in the wild than to take them away with you.
Moral of the story: We should respect the environment and leave things in their natural habitat.