THINK LIKE ME
After a number of setbacks, the day started to become super-damn-bad.
Fortunately, at the subway station, I saw a child. A little angel running towards me with the write-up on his t-shirt that caught my attention.
It read: THINK LIKE ME.
It was a real ‘painkiller’ for my Soul! So, I slowed down with a smile on my face and looked at him for a quite long moment. The boy was full of curiosity for the world: screaming, playing, laughing, crying and snuggling against his mother’s hip and screaming, playing, laughing once again, like he was “pressed on repeat”. And then it hit me, today is just one of those phrases that I have to overcome, and tomorrow I’ll laugh again.
Life is beautiful! I said to myself.
Yes, baby, I’ll think just like you!
P.S. “A child can teach us three things: 1. To be happy for no reason; 2. To always be curious; 3. To fight tirelessly for something” Paulo Coelho
Photo by Agne Vei