The Ultimate Gift

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The Ultimate Gift

The story is all about valuing every little thing around you. In this story there is a Grandfather who wants his Grandson to learn how to value things around him that’s why when his Grandfather passed away his Grandfather give him series of gifts: * The Gift of Work - in the story the grandfather wants Jason Stevens to learn how to work for his own needs. He wants him to know how hard it is to earn money. Not just making money he will never meet any hardships in his life if he faces problems because he can already do anything. * Learning:

I may not be working now but in the future I will work for my own needs. At first, for sure it would be so hard for me but after a few weeks or months either It would be simple I think… Hope so.

* The Gift of Money - this gift wants him how to know how to spend his money wiser. Yes he has everything here but he must also know the value of it there are too many people working hard for this just to have foods for their family, his grandfather wants him to know its worth. * Learning:

Money is the source of evil. We can imagine that money can be greedier for one of us. If we have a lot of money our life would be too risky. Money is not our sources in our life that we consider to boost our self-esteem into more greedy matters.

* The Gift of Friends - this gift thought him how to value or know the worth of friendship. At first he doesn’t even care of the things he made or say to someone he only thinks of his self but afterwards he then realized how important it is to have friends. * Learning:

A smart person is known by the good character and traits as a friend. A friend that a shoulder to cry on. A friend who would be with you no matter what. A friend indeed. A friend take me who

* Gift of Learning – this gift made him realized how important those simple things to his grandfather like a simple library though it doesn’t really...
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