Once upon a time, there was a young boy named Peter who loved to collect comic books. He was fascinated by the stories and characters and would spend hours reading them. He was particularly fond of one particular comic book about a group of superheroes called the Nontransferables.
The Nontransferables were a group of super-powered beings that had unique abilities that could not be transferred or shared with any other person. For example, one of the members had the power to fly, but this ability could not be given to any other person, no matter how hard they tried.
One day, Peter’s uncle offered him a rare copy of the same comic book. Peter was so excited and couldn’t believe his luck. His uncle had managed to get his hands on a copy of this rare edition and was willing to give it to him as a gift.
But as Peter tried to read it, he quickly realized that the Nontransferables’ powers couldn’t be shared with anyone else. No matter how hard he tried, he could not share any of their superpowers with his friends or family.
At first, Peter was disappointed. He was hoping to share the amazing powers of the Nontransferables with everyone he knew, but it seemed as though that was impossible. But then, a thought came to him: if he was unable to share the powers of the Nontransferables with others, he could still use their example as inspiration.
He could strive to be as selfless, compassionate and brave as the Nontransferables and use their morals and values as a guide in his own life.
The moral of the story is that it is important to value the unique qualities and abilities that we possess, and to strive to use them for the good of others. Even if we cannot directly share our talents with others, we can still use them as a source of motivation to be the best person we can be.