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How the Sun and the Moon Were Made
Do you ever wonder where the moon and the sun came from? The Inuit people of Alaska have a theory.
They tell a story about a beautiful girl. She was very nice. In contrast, her brother was a mean little boy. One day he proposed something. “We should go to a party,” he said. The girl accepted. First, it was necessary for her to ready. She arranged her hair and put on nice clothes. This required a lot of time. But the girl worked hard, and soon she was satisfied. She looked perfect.
They attended the party together. The girl was having fun. Later, she walked into the bathroom. Suddenly, the lights were turned off! Someone grabbed her hair and tore her clothes. She ran out of the bathroom. She wanted to know who did this to her.
Then she had an idea. She fixed her hair again. This time it was even more beautiful. She even arrenged beautiful jewels in it. She wanted to encourage the person to grab it again. She put black dirt in her hair. The purpose of this was to catch the person.
She went to the bathroom again, and it was the same pattern. The lights went off, and someone grabbed her hair.
When he released it, his hand was black. The girl returned to the party. She knew there was only a single person with a black hand.
When she saw that person, he was very familiar. It was her brother!
He ran into the woods.
The girl ran after him. They both carried fire so they could see in the dark. The smoke went into the air. As they ran, they grew. They became huge.
Then they went into space. When the girl’s fire went out, she hung in the sky. She became the moon, and her brother became the sun. They chase each other forever.
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