Once upon a time, there lived an old man named Ovenman. He was a very odd fellow, who lived alone in a small hut in the middle of the woods. He never spoke to anyone and seemed to have no friends. But people from the nearby village often passed by his hut and noticed that he had a large oven and some pots and pans outside.
One day, a young boy named Edward was walking through the woods and noticed Ovenman’s hut. He was curious, so he decided to take a closer look. As he got closer, he could smell the delicious aroma of baking bread coming from the oven. The boy decided to knock on the door, and to his surprise, Ovenman answered. The old man invited the boy in and offered him a piece of freshly baked bread.
Edward was in awe and thanked Ovenman for the delicious treat. He asked the old man why he baked bread in the oven and Ovenman replied that baking bread was his way of giving back to the world.
Edward was so inspired by Ovenman’s generosity that he decided to help him bake bread. He spent months learning how to knead dough and bake bread in the oven and eventually the two became good friends.
Their friendship soon spread throughout the village and anyone in need of a warm meal knew that they could rely on Ovenman and Edward. No matter how much food was needed, the two always managed to make enough bread to feed everyone.
The moral of this story is that no act of kindness is ever too small. Even the smallest gestures of kindness can have a huge, positive impact on the lives of others. Ovenman and Edward’s friendship proved that together, anything is possible.