My seven-year-old daughter just finished making a full diorama based on a short story she previously wrote and read on YouTube called "Sweaty Yeti".
My daughter has been 'famous' for her love for creating knick-knacks from junks. Anything she can get her hands on, she would turn them into some craft.
Some of my friends asked whether this diorama was a part of Nina's school project. The answer is no, it's not. She's doing it purely for fun.
As expected, they didn't believe me. "But whyyyy?"
"Because she loves doing it and she's doing it without any burden."
"Yeah... but why?"
It makes me think.
How often do we, adults, do something we love for fun? Most of the time we only do something because we're under an obligation to do it, or there's monetary reward behind it. Definitely not for fun.
Well. Maybe we should all learn to be more like our children.
Let our wonder takes our breath away and let our curiosity whispers life into our soul.
Maybe we should nurture our talent once in a while, even if it’s only for temporary.
Maybe we should all do what we're good at doing and have fun while doing it. You know, do it like a boss.