One afternoon, my dad and I talked of economic downturn and entrepreneurship.
I’ll never forget his rich, kind voice interrupting me.
“You are like that “12 Months” princess, who wants snowdrops in the dead of winter.
Look at the situation more realistically,” he said.
“No, dad,” I argued. “The princess found them when she went alone into the forest. Many snowdrops surrounded her.
She learned the power of faith and the joy of searching.”
Curiosity – a wonderful thing – propels us forward to find uncommon paths
filled with freedom.
we see beauty we never noticed.
We discover not only snowdrops,
but an entire landscape.
Sometimes, we feel lost and unsure
of our direction.
Then, it’s time to step back and look
at the situation from different vantage points.
This is somewhat akin to photography.
A good artist knows she has to use different angles and lenses to create the best product.
Similarly, in our lives, we need to be flexible and creative in problem solving.
Stay curious, keep searching and never stop believing. Your snowdrops await.
Bracelet: John Hardy