Robbie the Caterpillar dreams of one day becoming a butterfly, but the caterpillar world no longer believes in the transformation journey. One day Robbie discovers that by living in the Now, the lost art of transformation is discovered. He shares this knowledge with his friends and one day something miraculous happens.
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This is the story of Robbie, a caterpillar who knows deep down that he's destined to transform into a butterfly. However, the caterpillar world believes that butterflies are nothing more than fantasy. The only caterpillar to make the transformation was Emmanuelly, who lived 2000 years earlier. One day when Robbie was young he had a dream about a group of butterflies and he felt a camaraderie with them. One of them he even recognized as his true love, Angelly. This dream comes back to him as he grows up and when his family buys a computer, he looks up butterflies and discovers some amazing information. Thousands of years before Emmanuelly caterpillars naturally made the transformation into butterflies, but at some point they lost their way and stopped transforming. All historical records were lost. So one day Robbie realizes, with the help of his teacher Zaki, that to become the butterfly you have to live your caterpillar life to the fullest every moment, and forgive all those that caused him harm in the past. So Robbie does this and finally makes his transformation complete. As a butterfly, he reunites with Angelly, who was real and living high up where no caterpillar could go. It turns out there were still groups of butterflies that were afraid to come down until the caterpillars started living in peace and in tune with nature again. He also explains what happened to his family and how this is happening all over the caterpillar world. It's time for the return of the butterflies, and the lost history records to be retrieved.
At the same time Robbie met Prissy on-line, he discovered a website by a wise old caterpillar named Zaki. Zaki was close to becoming a butterfly and wrote articles designed to help caterpillars who were just beginning their transformation journey. His information was surprising. Apparently, thousands of years before Emmanuelly, there was a time in the caterpillar world when caterpillars naturally became butterflies, but because there were no historical records of these times, it was dismissed as fantasy. But it appeared at some point caterpillars lost their way and had stopped becoming butterflies. They'd grown greedy and selfish and had lost touch with nature. They'd fought among themselves and hated each other until eventually there were no more butterflies. But, wrote Zaki, the time had come for the return of the butterflies.