Vain Beaver is inordinately proud of his silky tail, to the point where he alienates his fellow woodland creatures with his boasting. When it is flattened in an accident (of his own making), he learns to value its new shape and seeks to make amends with his friends. Based on an Ojibwe legend.
Felix realizes all of us have invisible buckets, that gets filled or emptied by every interaction he has. When it’s empty, we feel awful. When it’s full, we feel great. Then he realizes that filling someone else’s bucket also fills his own! It also points out how much easier it is to forgive when our buckets are full!