Once upon a time, there was a young girl named Levana. She was a bright and curious child who was always eager to learn something new.
Levana’s family lived in a small village where everyone knew each other and helped out whenever they could. One day, Levana heard about a big city near her village and she decided to go explore it by herself.
She packed up her things and set off on her journey. As she walked, she came across a large lake. Levana admired the beauty of the lake and decided to take a dip in it. She swam happily in the lake until it was time to go back home.
But just as she was about to leave, Levana noticed something strange at the bottom of the lake. She swam up close and discovered that it was a tiny, baby dragon!
Levana immediately took the baby dragon back home with her and she raised it as if it were her own child. She fed it, played with it and took care of it.
Inside Levana’s home, the dragon quickly grew bigger and bigger. But even so, Levana was still very kind and caring towards it. The dragon even began to follow her around the house, trying to help her however it could.
Soon, the dragon was big enough to fly around the house and take Levana around the village. Levana was so proud of her pet dragon and they soon became the best of friends.
But one day, Levana’s pet dragon got lost. She searched everywhere, but she just couldn’t find it.
Levana felt so sad and helpless without her pet dragon. She started to realise that nothing is permanent and that everything that we care about could be taken away from us at any time.
So she decided to take better care of those around her and cherish what she had before it was too late.
The moral of this story is that nothing is permanent and that it’s important to cherish the people and things we have before they’re gone. Levana learned that lesson the hard way, but it’s one that we can all benefit from.