Once upon a time in a far away land, lived a little girl named Gaumy. Gaumy was a bright, intelligent and creative child and she was the apple of her parent’s eyes. But like most little ones, Gaumy was very mischievous and often caused trouble for her parents and siblings.
Despite her mischievous nature, Gaumy was also a very curious and daring child. Any chance she had, she would go exploring or playing in the nearby woods. She would often be found collecting stones, sticks, and wild flowers or making her own toys out of whatever she could find.
One day, while she was exploring, Gaumy stumbled across a big, old river. She wanted to explore what was on the other side, but since the river was so big, she had no way of crossing it. She tried to find a bridge, but all she found were a few large rocks that were too slippery and dangerous for her to use.
So, Gaumy decided to try and build her own bridge. She started by collecting small stones and putting them together in the shape of a bridge. But this didn’t work because the stones were too light and would collapse as soon as she stepped on it.
Gaumy then had a bright idea. She started collecting and arranging bigger stones, until eventually she had built a sturdy bridge and was able to cross the river. She was so proud of her accomplishment that she would often come back to the bridge and tell her friends of her amazing bridge-building feat.
Gaumy’s parents were also proud of her accomplishment, but they warned her not to cross the river without proper safety precautions. They also made sure to remind Gaumy that she should always be careful and think of the consequences of her actions before doing anything reckless.
Gaumy’s story is a reminder to us all that we can achieve great things if we are willing to put in the effort and stay focused. We should also always take the time to think about the consequences of our actions, even of those that may seem small.
Moral of the story: With hard work, dedication, and a willingness to think ahead, anyone can achieve great things.