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Storms never last forever

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Once upon a time, in a small village surrounded by hills and green trees, there was a wise old man named Master Li.

Everyone in the village knew him for staying calm and strong, even when things got really hard.

One day, a young woman named Emily from the village came to Master Li, crying.

She had lost her job and her crops hadn’t grown, and she felt like everything was falling apart.

“Master Li,” she asked, “how do you stay so calm when everything is going wrong?”

Master Li smiled kindly and asked Emily to sit with him under a big oak tree.

He began to tell a story about a strong oak tree that could survive big storms by bending instead of breaking.

“In life,” Master Li said, “we face tough times like storms that try to knock us down. But just like the oak tree, we can stay strong by staying flexible. Being calm helps us stay strong.”

He explained that it’s normal to feel scared or unsure during hard times, but those feelings don’t last forever.

Just like storms pass, tough times do too. By staying calm inside, we can handle anything that comes our way.

Emily listened carefully, feeling a bit hopeful. Inspired by Master Li, she decided to face her problems calmly and with strength.

Days went by, then weeks and months. Even though she still had tough times, Emily stayed strong like Master Li had taught.

She found comfort in Master Li’s wisdom and the story of the oak tree.

Slowly, things started to get better. She found a new job, and her crops began to grow again.

She discovered she was stronger than she thought. Remembering Master Li’s lesson, she knew she could handle any challenge.

In the end, Emily learned that it’s not about avoiding problems, but about facing them with courage.

Looking at the world with calmness and strength, she knew she could handle whatever came her way.

Moral of the story

During tough times in life, staying strong and calm with flexibility, like a tree’s branches bending in a storm to avoid breaking, is the key to getting through it.

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