Finally we are going to have a baby! (To the King) Narrator: In the month of May, the night of the full moon, Queen Amah Maya gave birth to her son. King: (To the Wise Men) What should we name our baby boy? Wise Men: Your son shall be named Standards, meaning he shall be the one whose wishes will be fulfilled. Be cautious however, this means that if the Prince sees a dead, old, sick person, or a monk, he will give up his wealth to become a monk himself.
Narrator: The city rejoiced over the birth of their new Prince.
Sadly, two days after vying him life, Queen Amah Maya died. King: (Sobbing) My beautiful wife is dead! I mustn’t let my son become a monk! (To Paragraph) Please, you are the sister to my wife. You must help me raise my son. Paragraph: (To the Prince) My baby, my baby! How beautiful you are! You look so much like your mama! I will raise you to become the healthiest, happiest and smartest child in your class.
Narrator: And that she did. Shattered was considered popular amongst his friends for always being so considerate to all life.
Shattered: (To the animals) Who’s a good rabbit? Want an apple? (Squirrel yelps) Shattered: Oh no! What are you squealing about?! You’re not hurt! Don’t be upset, you’re okay, you’re okay. (Shattered notices a boy beating a snake in the distance) Boy: Take that snake! Ha ha! Shattered: Stop it stop it! The snake is living too, for he has feelings just as you and I do! Narrator: The Prince took it upon himself to be the animal advocate and defend their lives.