Kuto had always been a happy and outgoing person, but when his family was killed in a car accident, his life was filled with grief. He left his home in Saudi Arabia and moved to America to start over. Kuto took odd jobs to make ends meet, but he never forgot what had happened to his family.

One day, Kuto was working as a janitor at an office building when he found a green bucket hat in one of the trash cans. He didn’t know why, but he felt drawn to the hat. It reminded him of happier times, before his family died. Kuto decided to keep the hat and wear it everywhere he went.

As time went on, people started calling Kuto “the guy with the green bucket hat.” He began to feel like the hat was part of his identity and that it brought him good luck. And indeed, things seemed to be going well for Kuto; he got promoted at work and made new friends.

But then one day, tragedy struck again. While cleaning an office window, Kuto slipped and fell five stories to his death. As he lay dying on the pavement below, all he could think about was how much grief this would cause his loved ones – just as they had grieved for him after losing their own lives so suddenly years before