Once upon a time, there was a wealthy family who had a beautiful garden filled with exotic flowers and plants. One day, their garden caught the attention of a group of ancient gods who were passing by. Impressed by the family’s exquisite taste in gardening, the gods decided to leave them a gift.
The next morning, the family awoke to find a few shimmering objects placed carefully among the flower beds. As they drew closer, they saw that the objects were decorative vases, made completely out of solid gold. They were engraved with intricate designs and details, and each vase was more beautiful than the last.
Over the years, the family treasured those vases, using them to decorate their home and add a touch of elegance to every room. The more they looked at them, the more they realized that they weren’t just ordinary vases; they were urns, once used by the ancient gods to hold the ashes of their loved ones.
And so, the family continued to cherish those decorative urns, knowing that they held a special significance and a connection to the powerful beings who had gifted them. From that day on, the urns became more than just decorative objects, they were symbols of divine grace and a reminder of the extraordinary encounter that had graced their lives.