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True things

Many things become true not immediately. Sometimes you need to lose something to understand it. Look, you’re giving a kid a teddy bear: he’s beautiful, with glittering eyes and delicate fur. However, it is just a toy. It can be placed on a shelf, dropped under the bed and forgotten, or you may love it.

The days are running. The child grows up and carries a toy with himself. The coat is washed out, eyes lost in the glow, ears sewn with woolen thread. In the eyes of a child, love for a toy shines and now, a teddy bear is REAL for him. 

It’s not just about toys – people, books, everything around us. Worst of all, things become real not so fast. But not everything is as it seems. After all, even what seems wrong is actually a lesson for us. 

Undeserved tears, an encouraging smile or a bitter pain are lessons. And they can be all kinds of fun, pleasant, sad and weird. What we see in them and receive depends on us alone. Let’s keep the witches in the shadow of the old maples. Let’s think…

  • Have you got any hard painful lesson in your life?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Have you got any hard painful lessons in your life?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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