When I was a little girl, my father told me there were many lessons to learn in life. I asked him to tell me one of them. After a while, he said the first lesson was "Open your eyes, feel the world". I was six, I did not understand. He reassured me, repeating that it was because I was too young. Then, he took my hand and whispered: "One day, you will see".
I passed all my childhood opening my eyes to the world. I was looking everything, every people, every place, every change. I've seen many things that I can't remember now, just because of one thing: I forgot to feel them.
It seemed to be easy at first, but it took me many years to understand what my father wanted to teach me. Today, I know at which point the world is wonderful, at which point all the things are important.
If there is one thing I can teach you at my turn, it's to follow this idea.
Believe me, you will see...
- On the photo: Me.
- The picture has been taken by a friend.