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The Story of Agila the Eagle
In the Animalia Kingdom, Agila was born on a crevice with other chicks of Morphnus and Harpia. They have the most amazing nest that was ever built that other birds look up to.



The chicks were trained to master the art of flying as they were thrown out of the nest. Agila had developed hatred towards her parents as she had lots of injuries from the training. She couldn’t understand the reason behind the torture of the training as her anger made her become defiant and stubborn.



For Morphnus & Harpia, as parents, they thought that their chicks would just understand as they get older and that providing them with an amazing nest and food are enough. They didn’t know that their chicks need to feel their love and care as they learn to fly and not just throw them out of the nest. They were rough and authoritative toward their chicks that lead to injuries and trauma. For the parents, physical strength is enough to survive, but they are not aware that the affective side of their chicks is more important.



After several months, Agila learned to fly and soared high as she left her family. She met Jefferyi who mastered the art of picking the twigs from Agila. They have a lot in common. They both love to eat fresh preys and the storm. Jefferyi wanted to meet Agila’s parents, But Agila was firm of her decision of not going back home.



When they reached 40, they pluck out every feather on their body until they were completely bare. They stayed far away on the rocks as they have grown new feathers, then she realized that Jefferyi was right. She went back home with Jefferyi, she realized that her parents love her, she wanted to tell them how much she loves them and would like to apologize for what she has done, but it was too late, because they died while looking for her.



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