A Runny New Year

“It is so nice to see you, Runner Rabbit,” said Hop Out, as Runner Rabbit hopped up to the entrance of the New Years Building. “Welcome to the New Year building. We do hope you enjoy your stay with us.”

“This will be fun,” said Runner Rabbit. “I am looking forward to my time here.”

“That is what we hope,” said Hop Out. “We have to make sure you are ready to hop out of 2019 and hop in to 2020.”

“I do have a problem that I am trying to solve,” said Runner Rabbit. “See, I always run away from my problems instead of facing them and dealing with them. I am tired of my problems never actually being solved and I am tired of my problems haunting me.”

“I believe you are ready to hop out of 2019,” said Hop Out. “You know you have an issue with running away from your problems and that is the first step.”

“Thank you,” said Runner Rabbit.

“Maybe it is best if you start facing your problems and dealing with them head-on in 2020,” said Hop In. “It would certainly reduce the amount of stress you would be dealing with.”

“I think that is very good advice,” said Runner Rabbit. “I am certainly going to do that.”

“That is great to hear,” said Hop In. “I think you are ready to hop in to 2020.”

“Thank you,” said Runner Rabbit. “Happy New Year!”


Moral of this Story:

  • It is not good to run away from your problems.
  • Example: Runner Rabbit realized he didn’t want to run away from his problems any longer.

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