Beastly – Christmas Story

“Welcome to the Christmas Building,” said Lost Christmas Tree, seeing Beastly approach him.

Beastly was so happy. He did a little dance in front of Lost Christmas Tree. It was nice that he was picked to spend the holidays at the Christmas Building.

“Beastly,” said Lost Christmas Tree. “I don’t know if you are aware but I am having problems this Christmas. I have gifts for all the residents of the Christmas Building but I don’t feel right handing them out. I feel Christmas is lost this year. I feel there are some residents that don’t know the meaning of Christmas are have not done any good deeds this past year. What does Christmas mean to you? Did you do any good deeds this past year?”

“To me, Christmas is all about helping people,” said Beastly. “There were times that I wish I had help when setting up my dance studio. I, however, didn’t ask anyone for help because I was too nervous and I was afraid someone would laugh at me because of the donkey ears I have. I have been watching people and if I feel they need help with something, I will approach them.”

“That is impressive,” said Lost Christmas Tree. “You have taken care of both the meaning of Christmas as well as the good deed.”

“Thank you,” said Beastly.

“Merry Christmas,” said Lost Christmas Tree, handing Beastly his Christmas gift.

“Merry Christmas to you,” said Beastly.


Moral of this Story:

  • You may need to approach people to see if they need help.
  • Example: Beastly knows that some people who need help will not ask for it so he has been approaching them if he feels they need help.

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