Once in a tiny village, there was a young boy named Timmy, who loved to fix things.
Timmy had a little toolbox but often when things didn't work, he blamed his tools.
One day, Timmy found a shiny magical hammer that could fix anything with a single tap.
Timmy tapped a broken clock, and it went tick-tock! But soon, Timmy started blaming the magic hammer for his own mistakes.
The hammer, tired of the blame, stopped working. Timmy had to learn to fix things without it.
Timmy practiced and practiced, realizing that it wasn't the tools but his effort that mattered.
With his newfound skill and confidence, the magic hammer started working again, and together, they fixed everything in the village.