One Summer morning, an ant was travelling through the forest. Andy Ant was a get-it-done kind of guy, always on the go. He was busy looking for food to take home to his home under a rotting log, where his large family of one thousand ants awaited. Suddenly he heard something,
“Help. Bzzzzz. Help. Bzzzz.” Andy looked around and saw a bee lying on her side, not far away. Usually the bees were in the air, or on a flower, sucking up nectar and gathering pollen. Being a compassionate ant, Andy left his task and scurried over to the side of the bee.
When Andy Ant is walking through the forest, he finds a bee who has a hurt wing and cannot fly. By practicing compassion, Andy makes a new friend, and his ant colony receives a surprise reward from Beatrice Bee’s hive-mates.
About the Author
Frank Scott and Nisa Montie joined forces to aid the enlightenment of humanity. Since his youth, Frank has been gifted with unusual experiences that have informed him and given him a sort of map to help direct each entity on the divine path of Truth. Nisa uses animal and fairy characters to teach virtues in joy-filled children’s tales.