Unlike the TV adaptation of the story of The Discontented Stone Cutter, Hofus doesn't have a friend named Hoki in the other version from The Moral Compass.
Zach: I just want more. Is that so wrong?
Plato: There's nothing wrong with wanting to wish for more, as long as you're greatful for what you already have. But don't think that having more can solve all your problems.
Zach: Plato, I know that I've got a lot to be greatful for. But nobody is going to have fun at some small party. I'm going to be the school joke.
Plato: You know, Zach, bigger isn't always better. Sometimes it's the little things in life that are really the most precious.
The Discontented Stone Cutter by Anonymous (from chapter 2 of The Moral Compass, "Into the World")
For Mother Love and Father Care