Fairies from Zrinjevac Virtue of Humans

Fairies from Zrinjevac Virtue of Humans

Once upon a time in a world of fairies, the King of fairies wrote a book detailing the virtue of humans. The world of fairies can be found in the city centre of the most wonderful square with tall trees and fountains.

The King decided that all the little fairies must go to school in the treetops and learn to help humans find virtues before they can get their wings. Little fairies wanted their wings more than magic fairy dust because then they could learn to dance the flying waltz with other fairies.

The Magnificent waltz happened once a year. Fairies would prepare the whole day for the evening show of magic and beauty. The waltz was always performed when the night fell under blue and white lights placed by humans on the tree trunks and in the treetops. When fairies dance the whole square gets covered in fairy dust. At that moment, everything becomes possible for humans because they feel good. Fairies can then use magic to help them find their virtues.

Like in any school some little fairies found it long and hard. They didn’t want to spend the whole year learning just to get a chance to dance the waltz near the ground where the speed was slowest. No! They wanted to be all grown up and fly high and fast. In that way, they too could form a thick cloud of fairy dust which was poured in by the Queen of fairies from the top of the trees. The cloud around the whole square captured people’s bad thoughts and feelings, which made fairies feel happy and useful. This also made the square merry and bright.

One day three little fairies decided they wanted to get their wings sooner. Lovi, Bima, and Hila thought that they could achieve this by being the smartest in their class. They decided they would steal The Book of Virtues.

During the night they entered the teacher’s treetop and took the book while the teacher slept. They studied the virtues the whole night. They would take turns reading and then they would repeat in whispers what they just read so they could memorize the text.

The first virtue is persistence. It means that every day at least someone is going to continue searching for solutions to his problems without giving up. It also means that someone else is going to give up on failed trials and things that are not working out. Instead, he is going to find a new path to make his wishes come true.

The second virtue is love. It means that at least once every day someone is going to fall in love, and someone else is going to make peace.

The third virtue is to make a decision. It means that every day at least someone is going to decide for themselves and take matters into their own hands with strength. It also means that someone else is going to attend to their health with care.

The fourth virtue is to show understanding. It means that every day at least someone is going to be gentle with others. It also means that someone else isn’t going to impose their own will onto others and will allow them to do as they please.

The fifth virtue is change. It means that every day at least someone is going to forget something old and start something new. It also means that someone else is going to adjust to new circumstances without giving up on their dreams.

The sixth virtue is a win. It means that every day at least someone is going to succeed at something new and become satisfied. It also means that someone else is going to successfully deal with their problems or at least dry out their tears.

The seventh virtue is honesty. It means that every day at least someone is going to say what is really bothering them so they can stop suffering. It also means that someone else is going to be free to say what they really want and by doing so have a chance to fulfill their dreams and desires. If they don’t come true, that someone else is going to find new dreams and desires that will be even better for him.

The eight virtue is freedom. It means that every day at least someone is going to stop relying on others and be able to depend on himself without fear or panic. It also means that someone else is going to find peace without those who burden him.

The ninth virtue is simplicity. It means that every day at least someone is going to focus on things that are important and forget small problems and ugly things. It also means that someone else is going to take a break and enjoy the small things.

The tenth virtue is happiness. It means that every day at least someone is going to stop holding back on things that bring him joy. It also means that someone else is going to gift his smile to others and spread cheerfulness.

The eleventh virtue is enjoyment. It means that every day at least someone is going to allow himself to be lazy and enjoy games and the company of others. It also means that someone else is going to forget all worries and not think about anything for at least 10 minutes per day.

The twelfth virtue is hope. It means that every day at least someone is going to forget how hard life is and start to believe in a better tomorrow. It also means that someone else is going to give up black thoughts and move forward with enthusiasm.

The thirteenth virtue is trust. It means that every day at least someone is going to believe that the other person is capable and smart enough. It also means that someone else will enjoy playing and working with others without hesitation.

It took them the whole night to memorize this. The next day they did turn out to be the smartest in their class. They knew exactly the answers to all of the questions their teacher asked. They thought they were going to win.

But because their teacher had a lot of experience teaching little fairies, he saw right through their game and caught them cheating. He then decided to punish the whole class. He made sure no one would benefit from cheating so far this year he refused to gift temporary fairy dust wings that would enable little fairies to join the waltz.

Lovi, Bima, and Hila were bitterly disappointed by this. They had to promise other little fairies in the class they would never cheat again.

 

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