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Once upon a time there was a town called Perfectia. Nothing was wrong with it. It was always clean, no one ever broke the rules, and it was just perfect.
In this town, there were many people but one family stood out, one girl to be exact, Ellie. She was done with being perfect and wanted something different. Her parents were embarrassed but her grandma was proud of her.
The mom had cancer and was dying. The doctors said she could be cured but it's nearly impossible. While they were sitting in the room the mom told her daughter, "If I die you must promise me you will stay out of trouble and will never cross that wall." "I promise." said Ellie.
Later that evening the grandma found Ellie crying in her room and asked her, "What's wrong child." Ellie caught her breathe dried her tears and said, "My mom is dying and there is nothing I can do. My mom made me promise if she dies I can't try and cross the wall when that's all I want to do." Then the grandma answered, "Your mom may die but she will always be with you and if you wan to cross the wall, do it!"
Later that night Ellie decided to cross the wall. When she crossed, she explored. She saw terrible things, unhappy people, trash everywhere. She decided to back but she couldn't. She realized that she couldn't leave because she didn't really want to go back to her town but she knew she needed to. Ellie knew the only way she could escape was by bringing change and as soon as she knew that the wall opened and Ellie crossed back over.
The next day Ellie went to the park and starred talking. She started saying, "We need change! We need differences! We need happiness!" The people of the town looked confused at first but then they started siding with her. They realized she was right and change was made. It was at that moment Ellie realized doing what you believe is right can always be right for other people as well.
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