Once upon a time, there lived a little kid named commove. She was a precocious six year old and had a great imagination. She was the brightest in her class and was always eager to learn. Every day she went to school with a big smile on her face and was the first to raise her hand if the teacher posed a question.
One day, commove was playing with her toys in her room and started having a commove. She started crying and screamed out loud, not knowing why. Her parents rushed to her room to console her, but they didn’t know what had caused the commotion. When they asked commove, she was too overwhelmed to answer and only kept repeating the same words over and over again.
After a while, commove calmed down and told her parents that she had been imagining a world where she could fly. She had pictured a world where she could soar like an eagle and experience freedom and joy. Unfortunately, she did not have wings to make her dreams come true. Her parents were filled with love and compassion and hugged her tightly.
They told her that as she was not able to fly, there were many other things she could do. She could use her imagination to create beautiful stories, write stories about people and places she loves, or paint beautiful landscapes. She could use her imagination to help those around her and make the world a better place.
Commove soon understood that she could use her imagination to explore and express her feelings even if she couldn’t fly. She was happy and started writing stories in order to share them with others.
The moral of the story is to never give up on your dreams even if it might seem impossible. With determination and creativity, you can always find a way to make your dreams come true. Remember, you don’t need wings to fly – imagination is the key.