Daniella Sadovia was a girl that always wanted to be a professional ballet dancer, but despite her years of training and experience she knew she was going to come up short in accomplishing this dream. She realized that there were things in life that no matter how hard you tried for that they were just not meant to be. But for her sister named Stephanie Sadovia she viewed things in a much different and more cynical light. Stephanie thought that she was better than what she actually was and had adopted the philosophy of overconfidence. She was nowhere as gifted or as hard working as her sister but she believed that if she showed the confidence necessary to become a professional ballet that it would happen. And because of this trait Stephanie almost did make it to the professional level but just came up short to a girl named Sophia Zozarova who was considered one of finest up and coming ballerinas in the world. Sophia was a girl of the utmost highest ability and potential both physically and artistically. These two traits gave her the ability to shoot for the stars. She had turned professional at the tender age of 13.
This was what the older Stephania could not handle. She wondered how such a young girl could be so good. She felt an incredible amount of jealousy and hate towards the prodigy named Sophia but she didn't know why. She could not accept that Sophia was so talented and therefore she wished her to doom and failure. But deep down Stephania was living in denial and one day would have to come face to face with this fact.
Three months later the great Sophia Zozarova was about to make her highly anticipated debut in New York City and Stephania decided to fly all the way out to New York in hopes of seeing her fail. That night in New York City Stephania was able to alude security by dressing up as a ballerina and snuck back stage. There she looked for Sophia Zozarova when she saw her stretching in a hallway getting ready for her performance. Stephanie walked up to Sophia who had never seen her before and said, "Break a leg."
Sophia frowned and walked away. Twenty minutes later Stephanie was sitting in the crowd and the curtain came up and the ballet started. Out came Sophia and the crowd roared which drove Stephania into a fit. Then only minutes later Sophia slipped on stage and broke her ankle. Silently Stephania laughed under her breath and in the commotion got up from her seat and left the building pleased with the night's results.
In her daydream she crossed the street and didn't see the bus coming and was hit by karma.