Once upon a time, there lived a young boy named Trineural. He was the son of a small family of farmers in the countryside and he was keen to help out as much as he could. One day, he decided to wander out into the forest to see what he might find.
Trineural was walking along when he spotted something glittering in the grass. He bent down to see what it was and to his surprise, it was a beautiful, shimmering stone. He picked it up, marveling at the beauty of it.
Suddenly, a voice called out to Trineural. “Hey, boy! What do you have there?” He looked up and saw an old man standing in front of him. Trineural nervously held out the stone and the old man smiled.
“Where did you find this?” he asked.
Trineural told the old man about finding the stone in the forest and the old man became very excited. “Ahh! This is the trineural stone. It’s a very powerful stone with the ability to grant its owner unimaginable power and knowledge.”
The old man explained to Trineural what he must do to activate the stone. He said that he must take it to the top of a nearby hill and make a wish. Trineural hurried off to the hill, eager to try his luck.
At the top of the hill, Trineural held the stone in his hands and closed his eyes. He wished for the courage and strength to do the right thing no matter the cost. Suddenly, a brilliant light shone from the trineural stone and a surge of energy enveloped Trineural.
When the light faded, Trineural felt different. He felt as if he had courage and strength that he didn’t have before. The old man had been right, the trineural stone had granted him unimaginable power and knowledge.
Trineural understood then, that with great power comes great responsibility. He knew that he must use this power for good, and not for selfish reasons. He thanked the old man for his help and began to make his way home.
As Trineural walked, he thought about all the ways he could use the power of the trineural stone. He could help others and make the world a better place. He smiled, knowing that he had the power to make a difference.
Moral: With great power comes great responsibility and with it, the potential to do great things.