I’m Not Leonardo Da Vinci, But It Doesn’t Matter

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If you ask a bunch of kids, who can draw a horse, every kid will raise his hands with confidence, and answer “Me!” with an excitement. If you ask a bunch of grown up people, no one will do it, unless you have Leonardo Da Vinci in the group. This makes a lot of differences in our life. With that kind of attitude, kids are relatively more creative compared to adults. They can always see and do things differently.

This morning, I was watching my kids playing at the playground. Although I can’t draw, there’s a thought to draw using Paper on my iPad. My adult ‘intuition’ said “You can’t draw, it will look ugly,” but then I said to myself “Who cares? What matters is that I just do it with excitement and having fun!” So here’s my ‘masterpiece’, a sketch of kids playing at the playground. It was fun, at least for myself. You should try it!

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