|Once upon along time ago, in the valley of, "Not very
nice", there lived a mean Troll, who conned everyone who
crossed a bridge, into paying a toll.
He would charge them new cars, toys, money, or clothes,
because after he used them, he thought of them as old.
He always desired for more, even if the people were poor. He
always asked for something different each time, because he
could not find happiness inside himself.
He was very lonely, and sad, never satisfied with what he had.
Yet, he wouldn't share, and didn't have any real friends that
So he sat, and stared at the bridge that wasn't even his, and
wondered why people crossed it, for he had never been to
the other side.
One day he asked a girl and a boy, from who he had taken a
toy, why they wanted to cross the bridge so badly.
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|The boy replied, “Because everybody is nice and happy over there". They
are happy, because they all share and care about each other. They are
happy like sisters and brothers, and, mothers and fathers should be.
He then said, “You, should come with us", you don't need all that stuff.
With friends, you too will be happy & have more than enough!
The troll could not believe his ears! He felt a pang of joy and his eyes filled
All these years he didn't know that to care, only meant to share!
"Love, joy, happiness, and caring, all come from sharing", said the little girl.
You should come with us, we have more than enough! And we will show
you a better world.
And they all skipped over the bridge that wasn't his,
to the other side...
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