In a forest next to a big lake, there lived a swan named Passion. He had lots of fun every day. One day, he met an owl and they became friends. The owl told Passion he came because he heard Passion was a good swan. They spent a lot of time having fun together.
One day, the owl said he was going back to his home, Lotus Grove, and invited Passion to visit him. Passion decided to visit the owl to see new places and find new food. When he got to Lotus Grove, he couldn't find the owl at first because owls can't see in the daytime. Finally, they met at night, and Passion, tired from his journey, fell asleep.
In the morning, a group of people camping nearby started to leave. They blew a horn to signal they were leaving. The owl, scared by the noise, hid, but Passion didn't move. The leader of the group thought the noise was a bad sign and told an archer to find where it came from. The archer heard Passion and thought he was the source, so he shot an arrow and accidentally hurt Passion.
This story shows that sometimes being in the wrong place at the wrong time can cause trouble, even if you're not doing anything wrong. It also teaches that friends should understand and respect each other's differences, like how the owl couldn't come out in the day and the swan didn't know about the night dangers.