There was a small village near a large developed city. A boy named Jack lived in the village his parents were tailors and they had a shop near the river bank. The village was not very populated some people succeeded in their business and shifted to the city. The villagers had a problem they only had one forest but workers that worked in the city came cut down the trees. The villagers were running out of wood and if they had no wood how would they make a new house and improve the village. The boy's parents also needed to renovate their shop and without that forest that village would lose its beauty. The boy was going to the river for fishing he saw his parents standing by his shop and their whole shop was nothing but wood logs. "What happened?" asked Jack. Jack rushed home he wrote a letter to the minister of the city telling him about the forest. The minister to the village he promised them that that he would not take away their forest. This was Jack's greatest night. His parents reconstructed their shop and the minister told them that they can shift in the city. But the villagers loved their village most.