The Troll And The Ogre
The little troll lived under a bridge
What was the trolls name but kavhee
Kavhee being a legacy
Made it her goal to give people purpose
She read scripture everyday and wanted to share the love and good news
She’d leave her bridge and go looking for a friend
When she’d find one she’d say
Hey! Do you know who He is?
The living God.
Now you may ask what does a troll know about God
Kavhee was brought up by a friendly pastor who taught her much and always made her day brighter
He was more than a pastor
He was family and friend
Each day she’d have a lesson of faith with the pastor
Making the Bible her favorite hobby
Praise of songs she sang in his holy name
While God she carried on her shoulder
So one day she found an ogre
Well we all know ogre with no manners
So she said dear ogre what’s your name
The ogre said why do you little mini care to know my name
She said ogre please what is your name
Again he said why should I tell you my name but if you must know it is Zuirot
Now zuirot did nothing but dig in the mud burp and fart as ogres tend to do
He sit in the mud and drew negative nasty images
Kavhee the caring troll she was asked Zuirot why do you draw so rudely in the mud?
Drawings of death and the devil and people who are sick
Zuirot answered why do you keep asking me questions? Why do you care?
With that Zuirot began getting angry and annoyed and stood up hovering over Kavhee in such large height for how tiny Kavhee is
Kavhee said sir I want to share my care with you which’s why I ask.
With negativity and rudeness of no manners you live in sin.
Zuirot asked so… anyway what is sin?
Kavhee continued Zuirot sin is a nature of which we choose a lifestyle of bad decisions and actions of intentions of harming yourself or others in ways that are wrong decisions and choices.
While sins are generally actions, any thought, word, or act considered immoral, selfish, shameful, harmful, or alienating might be termed “sinful”.
Zuirot asked why should I care? Why should I be anything but that of immoral whatever that means.
Kavhee continued on again, Zuirot immoral is not conforming to accepted standards of morality.
Zuirot what is moralty?
Kavhee replyed (Mor al ity)
Morality is knowing distinctions between right and wrong, good and bad behaviors Zuirot
I must say you don’t have a care or knowledge about moral which is what teaches morality
You zuirot have no manners and are not kind
You live in sin which is of the evil one, the devil
So! Who’s the devil?
Kavhee went on to answer Zuirot and explain who the devil is. You see zuirot the devil also known name of Lucifer is the personification of evil as it is conceived in many and various cultures and religious traditions. It is seen as the objectification of a hostile and destructive force.
The Devil who is also known as Satan In modern biblical translations, the Devil is the adversary of God and God’s people. I’m sorry what was your name?
Kavhee! Kavhee why should I care about all this stuff I don’t even know it.
That is why you should care Zuirot it is good decisions, good choices.
Right now you are rudely living in sin. Sin is wrong. You see Zuirot, Many Christians believe the Devil was once a beautiful angel named Lucifer who defied God and fell from grace. This assumption that he is a fallen angel is often based the book of Isaiah in the Bible which says, “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! How art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations.”
Okay okay so you say what I do and feel is wrong in your eyes but what about my eyes and what is a Christian? Why should I change for you or anyone else? And why should I care about this devil thing?
A Christian Zuirot is a person of good someone who follows the teachings of Jesus Christ. They are a person who believes in Jesus Christ and follows his teachings. So by you living in sin you are following Satan’s rule and doing,drawing, sharing evil and wrong doings. You are not very nice or wise to put it bluntly your rude. I want to share about the love of Jesus Christ with you and all the good he is.
Who is this man Jesus Christ? What good do I need from him?
Zuirot Jesus will save you if you allow him to work good in your life.
Jesus Christ is Jesus who was the Messiah (Christ), the Son of God who was crucified for the sins of humanity before rising from the dead. He gave his life on the cross to remove and erase sins of all the living. He did this to save us from the consequences becoming death.
For it proclaims in Romans 6:23 “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” You see Zuirot, no man but Jesus Christ has ever loved anyone the way that Jesus has by dieing to save us from our own death. When we live in sin we die in life we don’t live in Satan’s rule of negativity and wrong doings. Rather we do what is right and pleasing to God, to others, satisfying to the eyes. We help others, we draw of good and beautiful things. We make good decisions. We choose right over wrong.
Kavhee what is right over wrong?
Choices between right and wrong have been around since Adam and Eve, and even when ethical standards are straightforward it’s not always easy to choose a hard right way over an easy wrong one. The best leaders know the potential consequences of their unethical choices, and they create policies that discourage overstepping moral bounds.
So you see that’s where morality comes in.
By changing your values and behavior you also change your morals. Christ Jesus always loved and taught good to us, his people.
Kavhee what do I need to do to be good?
We have found that contemplation and conversation–just thinking and talking–can help people choose right over wrong.
We’re all on a journey of growth, change and evolution, and hopefully most of us are trying to make a conscious effort to be better human beings. None of us are perfect not even me Zuirot. However to help you change and become a better person no longer rude here are things that will help.
Learn to let go of pain, anger, bitterness, resentment, and all the other destructive emotions that tear us apart. All we ever have is this present moment; this breath, this heartbeat, this opportunity for growth and presence. This is a moment we’ll never get back again, and if we consider the fact that we have no idea how long we’ll live, do we want to waste precious moments roiling with emotions that don’t do any good for anyone? What’s passed is past, and tomorrow doesn’t exist. Be present, and do not hold on to negativity.
Consider the Consequences of Every Action
Being conscientious is extremely important, as every action causes ripples that extend far beyond what can immediately be seen. For example: if you throw a piece of litter on the ground, not only does that pollute the environment, but if there are any children around to see you do so, they might think that such behaviour is acceptable, and then they’ll do the same, and so on.
Be Willing to Admit Ignorance, So You Can Learn
Very few people seem to be comfortable with admitting that they don’t know something. Maybe they feel that admitting ignorance about a subject will make them seem stupid, so they’ll feign knowledge and attempt to go with the flow in any given situation. This is highly detrimental on many counts, from a person being seen as an insufferable know-it-all, to projects going awry because an employee claimed to know something they didn’t.
If you don’t know something, admit to your lack of knowledge, and then immerse yourself in the subject so that you familiarize yourself with it. The universe is full of things that we don’t know, but the only way to grow and change is to open ourselves to opportunities to learn… and those won’t come about if we don’t leave space for them by saying “I know” to everything.
Try to Be Less Judgemental
This is something we’re all guilty of on occasion, but we can be conscious of this behaviour and try to lessen it over time. Each and every one of us is on a difficult journey, and we have absolutely no right to judge another’s life choices, especially since we may not have any idea what their lives have been like. Remember that none of us are any greater or lesser than any other, so approach all with an open mind and open heart, as equal travellers on life’s road.
Consider Another’s Point of View
When faced with a viewpoint that differs from theirs, many others get defensive, and lash out. Something that began with a simple difference of opinion, but then dissolved into name-calling, insults, and other abusive language. What’s the point of that, really? If someone’s opinion differs from yours, try to understand their point of view—you don’t have to agree with them, but that doesn’t mean that they should be insulted or made fun of for thinking differently.
Be Generous with Compliments
We will all go through difficult times, including periods in which we might not feel great about ourselves. Relationships can fall apart, emotional upheaval generally accompanies each of these experiences. Do you remember what it felt like the last time someone told you something wonderful that they thought about you? Imagine what others will experience when you say something lovely to them out of the blue
You don’t necessarily have to approach a stranger to tell them that you like their hair/clothes/etc. (although you can absolutely do this as long as you’re not creepy about it),be open to tell them something great. A simple line such as: “I was thinking about you today, and wanted to let you know how grateful I am to have someone as amazing as you in my life” can change the entire course of someone’s day, and you can rest assured that they’ll pay that beauty forward.
Cultivate Empathy and Compassion
We won’t always understand what another is going through via firsthand experience, but we can try to put ourselves in their shoes in order to have a bit more patience and compassion for them. Let’s say that you’ve been frustrated with someone because they’ve been complaining non-stop for weeks, and you just wish they’d shut up for a change. Rather than focusing on your own irritation at their sprog-talk, think about where they’re coming from. They may not have slept properly for weeks, or may be incredibly worn out, are they getting the help they need? Is this other in despair? Are they reaching out for any measure of comfort?
We’re often so blinded by our own emotions and responses to situations that we don’t consider the bigger picture, but taking a step back and analysing the situation can shed a lot of light, and help us change our thoughts and actions accordingly.
Study History, Even if it’s Uncomfortable to Do
Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it, which is why it’s so vital to really be aware of what has happened in the past; so we’re well aware of what brought us to where we are now, and how we can avoid their recurrence in the future. It’ll hurt like hell to do so but it’s incredibly important to know about such topics so we can ensure that they never happen again.
Spend Time in Nature
The Senegalese ecologist Baba Dioum once said: “In the end we will conserve only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught.” He was quite right, wasn’t he? If people are only exposed to material wealth, that’s what they will cherish and place priority upon. By spending time in nature, we can learn to appreciate all the beauty that the natural world provides. Spending time in the forest can also have a marked effect on our well being this is becoming more popular.
Help Those Who Cannot Help Themselves
There are so many beings out there (both human and non) who could use a helping hand, and making a connection with a being who is vulnerable and in need of our help, is a life-changing experience. You cannot help but discover vital aspects about your self and your place in the world when you care for another.
Get to Know Different Individuals
In many cities around the world folks from all backgrounds and walks of life volunteer a few hours of their time, and you can take the opportunity to sit down and chat with them for a little while. but by sitting down and chatting with them (especially in an environment where no question is considered “stupid”), you can have the opportunity to connect on a very human level and move past any preconceptions or prejudices.
If you consider taking the time to seek out those whom you have always been curious about—you may discover that they are far more open to chatting with you than you’d expected. We all like to be understood and respected for who we are, and open dialogues are so conducive to greater compassion and acceptance of differences.
Along that very line…
Step Out of Your Comfort Zone
This could mean immersing yourself in subject matter that you’re unfamiliar with (or even vaguely uncomfortable with) as a means to understand others more, going to a festival centred around a culture other than your own, attending religious services for a faith other than yours, or even just trying a new food. Every experience helps us grow as individuals, and even if you find that whatever you tried isn’t to your taste, at least your opinion stems from a place of awareness and experience, rather than just aversion and preconception.
That seems like a simple concept, but it can be fairly difficult in practice. “It’s so easy to laugh. It’s so easy to hate. It takes strength to be gentle and kind”, and those are quite apt, aren’t they? Most of us are quite harried and stressed out, and it’s easy to overlook social niceties like excusing yourself if you bump into someone. Remember that others will always remember how you treated them, even if it’s just a couple of words tossed in their direction, so make them count.
Practice Random Acts of Kindness
This goes along with the previous recommendation, and can also make a monumental impact on more individuals than you can imagine. Offering your seat, or even just putting a bowl of water outside for dogs to drink from are just a few examples of little acts that can mean a great deal to others.
Appreciate Beauty, and Share It When You Can
There is an abundance of beauty around us at all times, if we but take a moment to really notice and appreciate it. nature, another’s smile, an animal’s friendship—these are all gorgeous, beautiful gifts that make life worth living. Appreciate them, be creative in your own way so you can bring even more beauty into the world, and share bits of joy as you come across them; you might just change another’s life by doing so.
Kavhee, I really have to do all that?
Zuirot if you do all these I promise you you will feel a lot better more calmer and you will become a better person and begin a change for good. Kavhee I want to know Jesus Christ how do I like you do?
1. Read about His life. …
2. Read the Savior’s own words. …
3. Study the Savior’s names and titles.
How well do you know the Savior? Think about the role He plays in your life. Is He a part of your daily activities, or do you think about Him only when it’s time to go to church? You can draw closer to the Savior by making small changes in the things they already do every day: praying and reading the scriptures. Adding more depth and sincerity to these activities can help you, too, grow closer to Jesus Christ.
Say Your Prayers
• Take time to listen when you pray. Imagine having a conversation with a friend who always talks and never lets you respond. Are your prayers ever like that? Instead, try to ponder about your life. Express gratitude. When you ask for help, pause to listen for answers.
• Make your prayers personal. Amulek taught the Zoramites to pray about everything in their lives, from their families to their fields and their flocks (see Alma 34:17–25). Even if you don’t have flocks and fields to pray over, try praying about your schoolwork or your relationships with your family and friends.
• Pray often. In fact, the scriptures tell us to “pray always” and, if we can’t pray out loud, to keep a prayer in our hearts (see D&C 10:5; 2 Nephi 32:9; Alma 34:26).
Read the scriptures
• Read about His life. The four gospels in the New Testament aren’t meant to be biographies, but these books tell us a lot about the world Jesus lived in and, more importantly, what He is like and what He taught.
• Read the Savior’s own words. All scripture is the word of God, and some verses are direct quotes. Study His teachings and apply them in your life.
• Study the Savior’s names and titles. Look up the entry “Christ, Names of,” in the Bible Dictionary. You can read all of the listed verses if you want, or select a name that interests you and read the verses listed next to it. Each name or title tells us something about the Savior’s nature and mission. As you learn about each one, you can gain a deeper understanding of who He is.
Kavhee thank you!! I’m going to make myself a better person and do good, the will of God and leave sin I don’t want to be known as a mean selfish nasty ogre anymore I really can be kind and enduring I’d like to start with you. Kavhee, may we be friends? Of course, we may different but we are both children of God. I’ll help you Zuirot. Bye Kavhee I have lots to do now. With that they said they’re goodbyes and Kavhee had helped someone that day so feeling happy and blessed she headed back to her bridge where she will stay and study once again in her word to share more with others of the stories of Christ
We can all learn from this story on how to be a better person and accept Christ as our savior accepting him into our lives as our savior to good and right from wrong and bad we all want to be the best we can be and each a better person than before let’s learn from Kavhee on how to be better in Christ.