Tom went to the grocery store in his shiny blue car. He parked it carefully and went inside to shop. While he was inside, a shopping cart rolled away and bumped right into Tom's car. It left a scratch on the car. When Tom returned and saw the scratch, he felt upset, but did not get angry. He went to a car repair shop. The kind mechanic told Tom that the scratch could be repaired easily. He fixed it, and Tom's car looked as good as new. Tom smiled, thanked the mechanic, and went on with his day. Tom learned an important lesson. Accidents happen, and it's essential not to get angry. He knew that kindness and understanding were more important than getting angry over small accidents.