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Once upon a time, in a land far far away, there lived a small and mischievous dragon named Drake and a delicate but brave unicorn named Una. They dwelled in a mystical forest filled with enchanting creatures, magical fruit-bearing trees, and sparkling blue streams. Drake loved to fly over the magnificent mountains, and Una savored the fragrant flowers that blossomed in the lush green meadows. One cool night, Drake and Una, having grown up together, were sitting under a twinkling starlit sky. Suddenly, they saw a shooting star and decided to make a wish. Drake, longing for strength, wished to be the mightiest dragon in the world. While Una, desiring wisdom, wished to be the wisest unicorn of all time. Days turned into weeks, and weeks into months, but their wishes seemed unanswered. Frustrated, they decided to seek help from the Ancient Mermaid who lived in the deepest part of the sparkling Sea of Serendipity. She was known to have the gift of prophecy. After a long and arduous journey, they arrived at the mermaid's glistening pearl castle and shared their woes. The ancient mermaid looked at them thoughtfully and said, "The power of fate and destiny is strong, but the power of action is stronger. You must embark on a journey to seek what you desire. Drake, you must climb the unscalable peaks of the Pinnacle Mountains and steal a feather from the Phoenix who lives there. And Una, you must venture into the labyrinths of the Crystal Caves and find the elusive Sapphire of Wisdom." With a heavy heart but a stronger determination, they set off on their respective journeys. Uneerient quenchobbles and tribulations, but never gave up. After many days, Drake reached the Pinnacle Mountains and found the Phoenix, but instead of fighting, he confessed his wish. Moved by Drake's honesty, the Phoenix gifted him a feather willingly. On the other side, Una found her way through the winding Crystal Caves and found the Sapphire of Wisdom, but it was guarded by a grumpy old troll. Una used her charm and gentleness to befriend the troll, who then let her take the Sapphire. When they returned to the Ancient Mermaid bearing the Phoenix's feather and the Sapphire of Wisdom, she smiled and said, "You both have proven yourselves. Drake, you showed that might is not about physical strength but courage. And Una, you showed that wisdom does not come from a stone, but from kindness and understanding." With a sudden glow, Drake found himself stronger, not physically, but in spirit. He now had the courage to face any adversity. And Una, glowing a soft blue, found a wisdom within that reflected gentleness and kindness. They thanked the mermaid and returned home. And so, Drake and Una learnt that fate, destiny, and luck did play a part in life, but it was their actions and choices that truly shaped their lives. From that day forward, they became the embodiments of courage and wisdom in the mystical forest, inspiring all other creatures. And they all lived happily ever after. In the end, the luminosity of their lesson shone across the kingdom; that destiny gives us opportunities, but it is up to us to seize them with courage and wisdom. For fate is what happens to us, destiny is what we are meant to do and luck? Well, luck is simply being ready when the opportunity knocks. And with this thought, dear children, remember in your own lives to let your actions speak louder than your wishes.