Friday Folk time conducted by reader’s Den club at DPS Greater Faridabad on 15 December, 2023 . Raghav and Manvi Talwar of 7 A were the two narrators who narrated the story, ‘The grateful garden’ .
The story had a moral that gratitude is a powerful practice that can bring joy even in challenging times. Take time to appreciate the simple blessings in life, and you will find that there is always something to be thankful for. It was a captivating and enriching session. The event was graced by the presence of numerous students, fostering a sense of camaraderie and appreciation for storytelling. Two talented students, Raghav and Manvi from 7A, took center stage as the narrators for the day. Their rendition of the story, “The Grateful Garden,” resonated deeply with the audience. The tale elegantly conveyed the powerful message of gratitude – a practice capable of bringing joy even in the midst of life’s most challenging moments. The narrative emphasized the importance of taking a moment to appreciate life’s simple blessings. Through the story’s moral, the audience was reminded that within every circumstance, there exists something to be thankful for. It served as a gentle yet poignant reminder to acknowledge and cherish the abundance of positivity that surrounds us, even during trying times. The storytelling session was not merely an entertainment segment but a valuable lesson in cultivating gratitude and mindfulness. Raghav and Manvi’s eloquent storytelling skills captivated the audience, making the moral of the story deeply impactful and memorable. Both the narrators were presented bookmarks by as a token of love. This session undoubtedly left an indelible mark, instilling the importance of gratitude as a practice that enriches and uplifts lives.