From the children’s point of view, the things that they use in their daily lives are valuable assets for them. A few of the objects include a pencil, pen, eraser, sharpener, a pencil box or lunch box. If we tell any story related to these objects, they will enjoy it a lot.
Here, we have an inspirational story on a pencil for you my dear kid.
Let us look at a short inspirational parable of the pencil from this section.
Just before placing the pencil inside the box, the Pencil Maker took him out.
"Before I send you out into the world," he told the pencil, "there are five things you need to know." Always keep them in mind and don't forget them, and you'll be the greatest pencil you can be."
One: "You will be able to accomplish many wonderful things if you allow yourself to be held in someone's hand."
Two: "You'll have to endure some painful sharpening from time to time, but it'll be necessary if you want to improve as a pencil."
Three: "You'll be able to remedy any mistakes you make."
Four: "What's inside you will always be the most significant aspect of you," and
Five: "You must leave your mark on every surface you use." You must continue to write regardless of the situation."
A group of wonderful-coloured pencils
The pencil understood and promised to remember, and it entered the box with a purpose.
Now if you behave like a pencil, you will become the finest person you can be if you remember them and never forget them.
Never allow yourself to become discouraged and believe that your life is insignificant and that you are unable to make a difference.
In the end, the five lessons taught to the pencil can be used for kids as well. Parents can teach these five points to teach valuable lessons to their kids.
One: Only if you allow yourself to be held in God's hand will you be able to do great things. Allow other people to access you for the numerous talents you have to offer.
Two: You may go through a painful sharpening from time to time as a result of dealing with various challenges in life, but you will need it to grow as a person.
Three: You will be able to repair any errors that you may have made.
Four: What's on the inside will always be the most significant aspect of you, and
Five: You must leave your mark on every surface you pass through. You must continue to perform your duties regardless of the situation.
Allow this pencil parable to remind your kid that he/she is unique.
1. What is the purpose of the pencil story?
You must leave your mark on every surface you pass through. You must continue to perform your duties regardless of the situation. Allow this pencil parable to remind you that you are a unique individual who alone is capable of fulfilling the purpose for which you were created.
2. Explain how a pencil represents a person?
A pencil stands up straight and true, and a person does the same. A person can stand up straight and true only if they have the inner substance, personal fortitude, and personal ethics to hold their head high and their back straight.