The legend of Morpheus
In Greek mythology, Morpheus, son of Hypnos and Nyx was the goddess of dreams. Every night since birth, he took her in his arms all the children of the Earth to help them fall asleep. Yet some are not arrived by fear of the dark.
Morpheus decided to seek advice from his parents. Despite several days of reflection, they found no solution.
One evening, while Morpheus perched on a cloud and gazed at the stars, he had a revelation. In this deep dark of the night, only the moon and stars were able to bring light!
He went to see then Hephaestus, the god of the forge fire, Metallurgy and volcanoes. He asked her to make it more solid frames to connect the stars among them. Hephaestus complied, and the next night, Morpheus recovered its bases. With its butterfly wings, he flew from star to star that connected it between them. In reality, the plates were so strong and exerted such pressure that stars all became so small! Morpheus then decided to file these little stars suspended in children's rooms. Now, reassured by these little starry night lights, they all slept peacefully ...
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