Once upon a time, you became interested in doing something. You were fascinated with every single detail of it and you just have that spark within you that never ceased to live. When you were younger, didn’t you use to love some form of art? There could be times when you tried pursuing it, but then, for some reasons, you didn’t. Now that you’ve grown, has it ever come to your mind that you are missing something and you’re not sure what it is? Maybe it’s because you haven’t lived your dream yet.
Back in the early days, you know you have become fond of something yet it didn’t continue until now. However, it’s not too late. If you want to become a dancer, you can still take up a Dance Class. If you want to be a painter, then it’s time to buy yourself a palette, a paint brush, and some colors. Again, it’s not too late to start again with the art you love.
A Love That Doesn’t Fade
Even when you’re busy with a lot of things going on in your life, devote your time to pursue what you truly want. Spare some hours in your week to practice dancing for example. Have patience with yourself too. Being really good at something is not an overnight process—so don’t be disheartened if you don’t get things right in the first times. If you truly have the grit with the things you want to do, nothing is impossible for you to overcome. Widen your potential and challenge yourself to do the things you thought would be too difficult for you.
When you fall in love with a form of art, it’s difficult to un-love it. Perhaps, the art you once loved is still buried in your heart after all.