Once upon a time, in a small, remote village of Peshawar, there lived a young boy called Zar. He was a brave and courageous kid who was always up for any challenge that came his way. He was adventurous and loved exploring the nearby areas of the village.

One day, Yar, Zar’s best friend, asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up. Without a second thought, Zar said he wanted to be an explorer and discover new things. Since that day, Zar was determined to learn new skills and discover the unknown.

Yar, who wanted to support his friend in his quest for knowledge, suggested that Zar could go to the nearby forests and explore. Zar, who saw this as the perfect opportunity to put his skills to the test, agreed and set out to explore the nearby jungles.

Armed with nothing but his wits and a stick, Zar walked through the dense foliage of the jungle, being extra careful not to trip on any obstacles. As he went deeper into the jungle, he began to notice a strange sound coming from nearby. Zar decided to investigate, and what he saw made his blood run cold.

A giant bear was roaring and pacing in circles. Zar was so scared that he couldn’t move. He was too petrified to run away or to even make a sound. He just stood there, rooted with fear.

When the bear noticed him, it stopped and stood there, looking directly at him with its beady eyes. Zar was so shocked that he had no idea what to do. He knew he was in danger and he had to do something before the bear attacked him.

Finally, his courage and quick thinking kicked in. He bravely stood up to the bear, waving his stick and shouting at it. Surprisingly, the bear backed away and disappeared into the forest.

Zar was truly amazed at his own courage and quick thinking. He now realized that he was brave enough to take on any challenge. He also learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it.

Morals: Courage is not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. Fearlessness is not the same as being brave. It is important to be brave enough to take on any challenge in life.

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