Once upon a time, Inse and Curity were on their way to the park. As they walked, they noticed a group of kids picking on a little boy. Inse felt scared and unsure of what to do, while Curity was determined to help.
They approached the group and the leader of the bullies started teasing Inse. Inse felt the voice of insecurity in his head, telling him to run away or hide, but Curity encouraged him to use the five transformations. They laughed at the voice of insecurity, used it as inspiration, and listened to the voice of security.
They decided to talk to the little boy and learned that his name was Timmy. Timmy was new in town and the bullies were teasing him because he was different. Inse and Curity showed Timmy kindness and became his friends.
The bullies tried to pick on Timmy again, but Inse and Curity stood up for him. They told the bullies that it was wrong to be mean to someone just because they were different. The bullies realized their mistake and apologized to Timmy.
As the day went on, Inse and Curity showed Timmy around the park and had a lot of fun. They learned that it was important to stand up for what was right and to always be kind to others.
In this story, children learn how to deal with bullies using the five transformations. They also learn the importance of kindness and standing up for what is right.