Once upon a time, there was a tree that stood tall and proud in the middle of a vast green field. It had been there for many years and had seen the seasons change many times.
One spring day, the tree noticed small green buds appearing on its branches. It was very excited because it knew that these buds would soon turn into beautiful blossoms. However, the tree’s excitement was short-lived when the frost came sweeping down.
The frost saw the buds and asked the tree if it should take them away. But the tree pleaded with the frost to let the buds stay until they grew into blossoms. The tree trembled from root to crown as it waited anxiously for the buds to bloom.
The days passed, and the tree’s buds finally burst into vibrant, colorful blossoms. The birds flew in from all around, and they sang and chirped happily among the branches.
However, the wind soon arrived and saw the blossoms on the tree. It asked the tree if it should take them away. But the tree begged the wind to let the blossoms be until they grew into berries. The tree’s leaflets quivered as it waited for the next stage of its growth.
Finally, the berries grew, and they ripened into delicious, juicy fruit in the warm summer sun. A girl passing by the tree noticed the fruit and asked if she could have some. The tree happily replied, “Yes, all you can see; take them; all are for you.” The tree bent its boughs low so the girl could easily gather as much fruit as she wanted.
The girl was grateful for the tree’s generosity, and she promised to come back every year to share the fruit with her family and friends. And so, the tree continued to grow and bear fruit, knowing that its gifts were appreciated and cherished by all who came to visit.