She was sitting near the beach, was drawing something on the sand, it seemed like it was a big house. She was around 13 I guess, as I walked towards her she destroyed that painting. She was i think a little scared of what will I think, or may be she didn’t wanted to share her dreams.
Her eyes displayed innocence mixed with a bit of curiosity. I sat beside her and started drawing something. I was not good at that so I kept embarrassing myself.
She was looking with her eyes inclined towards me, she was not able to see me doing such a mess. She rolled her fingers on the sand and started mixing it around, within a few seconds my drawing was turned into a brilliant masterpiece.
I was stunned. She was just smiling calmly as if the satisfaction was more than enough for her. We sat there till the water washed that painting away, leaving behind just the memory of that incredible moment.
Remember, in life there is always a sense of fear in us of what others will think and also a worry about whether our dreams are powerful enough.
But there will always be someone who will give that open space to you in which you can widen your range and express yourself without fear.
And in that moment you will blossom, and then the resulting satisfaction.
But that will also be just for a moment and then gone. And the only thing left will be that special memory..