what's yours can never be lost

When we’re young we explore all of the roads less travelled... we venture into the forest instead of staying on the dirt path without fearing getting lost in the woods. Or maybe we do fear, but we go anyways because we need to find out what else is lost there too. The trick is to keep that curiosity, the kind that shouldn’t be reserved to children... that boundless imagination that makes the world seem full of possibility and adventure. So climb the tree to get a new view of the world, put your ear up to the seashell to see if you can hear the waves, cast a spell and see if it comes true, wish on a star- everyone is born a dreamer and you can learn to reclaim the things the world takes from you. What’s yours can never really be lost, and you don’t need new eyes in order to learn to see again.

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