Civic Imagination

Hakuna Matata, Simba!

Once upon a time, a young lion cub called Simba was living with his father Mufasa. Mufasa is the only lion that can understand Simba because he is autistic. One day, Mufasa was murdered by his brother, Scar, and since that time Simba was left lonely. He gave up on life because nobody could understand him. He left the kingdom and found a temporary home. A group of Mexican women found him and decided to help him. At first, Simba refused to talk to them but after a while the women were able find a way to communicate with him. He started to develop more social skills. He felt like he had a new family and he was very happy with that. As he grew up he moved to the city and started a business that helped autistic lion cubs in Kenya. The End.

Ethical Benefits and Challenges of Bringing These Stories Together
You are never alone because somewhere along the line, there will be someone to help if you're willing to let them help you. However, it was hard bringing the stories together because the vary from fiction to non fiction and include talking animals (that blatantly don't exist) and real life stories.

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