ELA mythology storyboard

ELA mythology storyboard

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  • We shall create a new home base.  We can spread our knowledge to the world from there.
  • How will we keep it sacred to us?
  • Hmm... I wonder what it would feel like to be in my dad's home.  Surely, it wouldn't be trespassing, would it?  It should fit any semi-mortal, too, since it's sole purpose is to unite the world... 
  • We should create this mountain in 5 days.  It will be a full moon day , making the day auspicious.
  • One day, all the gods and goddesses come together to decide where to create a new "home base" for them to unite the world.  They decided on combining India and Asia to bring up a huge mountain range that will unite the world. 
  • It's getting cold up here...
  • A boy named Reyansh, son of Vishnu stood outside.  He overheard this conversation and decided to be a part of it, although he knew that he is nowhere near the gods' authority.
  • Live on my son.  Although you are strong, you have yet to reach Nirvana.
  • 5 days later, as the gods had planned, the construction of the Himalayan mountains (as they had decided to call it) began.  Reyansh was watching as they gods united their powers.
  • For this reason, I cannot grant you immortality. Your legacy shall live on, in the form of an animal as smart as you, but doesn't think about the future and plan ahead.  You will remind mankind of the value of Stitha Prajna.  You will be the first dolphin.
  • Reyansh decides to climb on one of them to see being on his father's ground feels like (although he knew that it was strictly prohibited).  To his surprise, the air became thinner as the hills grew into mountains.  His dad, Vishnu takes notice.
  • As the air becomes colder and thinner, Reyansh passes out.  The sudden change in the environment makes it so that he is permanently unconscious.  Unless...
  • To this day, the story of the creation of dolphins shows exactly why "Stitha Prajna", or mindfulness and alertness is so important in life.
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