Once upon a time, there was a boy named Jack who had a bad attitude towards his parents and siblings. He would often argue with them and say hurtful things, even when they were trying to help him.
One day, Jack got into a big fight with his parents. He was so angry that he yelled out, “I won’t miss you when you’re gone!”
The next day, when Jack came home from school, he noticed that all the windows and doors were open and a cold wind was blowing inside the house. He also saw that the floors were covered in snow.
“Mom? Dad? Emma? Harry? Where are you?” Jack called out, but no one answered.
Feeling scared and confused, Jack went into the dining room and saw a snow globe on the table. Inside the snow globe, he saw his parents and siblings, all pounding on the glass. The evil snow queen had taken his family to teach him a lesson. She was standing behind him and in an icy tone she said: “They will remain locked in forever, unless you find a way to make it right.”
Jack was filled with regret and sorrow for his bad behavior. He realized that he had been wrong to say such mean things to his family. Determined to make things right, Jack did everything he could to save his family. He used a blow dryer to melt the snow and tried to open the snow globe, but it was stuck tight. He cleaned the house, did groceries, made dinner, he bought a Christmas tree with presents for his parents and his siblings. He helped his elderly neighbours, volunteered at the local soup kitchen and helped other kids with school. But nothing happened.
Just when Jack was about to give up, the snow queen appeared. “I’m very proud of you, Jack. You have done very well. Please remember this lesson forever.” Then his parents and siblings suddenly disappeared from the snow globe. Jack looked around and saw them standing in the doorway, safe and sound.
Jack ran to his family and hugged them tightly, tears streaming down his face. “I’m so sorry for everything I said,” he cried. “I love you all so much and I never want to lose you.”
From that day on, Jack started to appreciate his family and the love they had for him. He learned to be kinder and more grateful for all the things they did for him.
And the snow globe became a reminder of the importance of family and the power of forgiveness.