As you Sow, so shall you Reap

Once upon a time in a cheerful village, there was a little girl named Lily. Lily loved to play in the fields and help her neighbours. One sunny day, while she was exploring, she met a wise old squirrel named Mr. Nutty.

“Hello, Lily! Do you know the saying, ‘As you sow, so shall you reap’?” asked Mr. Nutty.

Lily shook her head, “No, Mr. Nutty, what does that mean?”

Mr. Nutty smiled and said, “It means the things you do will come back to you, just like the seeds you plant in a garden.”

Lily looked confused, so Mr. Nutty handed her a bag of magical seeds. “Imagine these seeds are your actions. If you do good things, like helping others and being kind, good things will come back to you. But if you do not-so-good things, well, you’ll see the results.”

Curious, Lily decided to give it a try. She started by helping her friends with their homework and sharing her toys. The more kindness she planted, the more friends she made, and the happier she felt.

One day, a big storm came to the village, and some houses got a little messy. Lily’s friends gathered to clean up, and Lily happily joined them. Because she had sown seeds of kindness, her friends were quick to help her tidy up her home too.

As Lily looked around at the now tidy village, she understood. “As you sow, so shall you reap,” she whispered to herself.

From that day on, Lily continued to plant seeds of kindness, knowing that every good deed would bring happiness back to her. The village became even more joyful, and filled with laughter, and all the children learned the important lesson of sowing good seeds for a happy harvest.

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