A childlike sense of wonder is one of the most beautiful things to watch. Watching a child as they:
See Caterpillars turning into butterflies,
Wait for seeds to sprout through the soil
Watch clouds floating across the sky…
Stare up at the stars in the night sky
Wait for the Easter Bunny, Santa Clause and the Tooth Fairy
Blow a dandelion star
Enjoy the sparkles of fireworks
and play with Fairy Door!
A child’s whole world is viewed through the eyes of wonder and intrigue. A child has no judgements, they are full of innocence and curiosity.
Do you remember that feeling of wonder as a child? The feeling where anything was possible? That tingle of magic when you watched fireworks or were read a story.
As adults, we often lose our childlike sense of wonder as it becomes buried under life! We tend to view life through suspicion and caution; and we become uncomfortable with surprises and things we don’t understand.
Oh! But a child is spontaneous. They love surprises! They are inquisitive of things they don’t understand and with child-like faith, they just believe.
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