Since our family lives so close to Washington DC one of my favorite things to do is visit museums. I can visit them multiple times and learn something new about the subject and life every time. For instance, I visited Portrait & Art Museum. While I enjoyed the side of the museum which displayed the portraits, I found myself really drawn to the sculptures which is different for me. I loved that there was such a variety of materials used for each sculpture and found it most interesting.
I felt I learned several things while touring the museum yet one of my most valuable lessons was recognizing more than ever that in life everyone has a different point of view (perspective)—we all see life in different colors shapes, and shades. We all use different techniques and resources to reach our destiny and we are all known for something (whether good or bad). But the main thing is, we must learn to appreciate the gifts of other people. What may be little and insignificant in your eyes—may be grand and great in someone else’s. And, that's okay.
Celebrate someone else today even if their sculpture doesn't look like yours!
My name is Linder A. Hunn. I am a wife, mother, grandmother, publisher and author. God is first in my life and all else is secondary. I love helping people.