We all have wishes.
 They range from reasonable to outrageous. Wishes play an important part in our lives. They are responsible for "what will happen" or "what is   
   happening". 

We can wish for anything but, we must be careful for what we wish for.    
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Wish Pebbles :))
 I envy people who feel liberated whenever they draw.
 To tell the truth, I really can’t. I don’t know why but it has always been that way. I see drawing as drawing. Nothing more, nothing less. I hate myself for that.    

I sometimes wish I was never good at drawing in the first place.

 
How could she say that?
 Why is she taking her talent for granted? 
Doesn’t she know that there are millions who are willing to give anything just so that they could learn how to draw like she does?’”  


I bet your asking these questions. For your information,
I do NOT take it for granted
 I hold several people with the highest respect because of talent for art. Leonardo Da Vinci, Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet,
 just to name a few. 


Why would I take it for granted?


 It is not something you can easily achieve. 
The people I’ve mentioned have this certain STATURE because they worked hard for it. Believe it or not, I always practice my draftsmanship whenever I have free time. I want to do better drawings. 

 Maybe, the reason why I have that wish is because I don’t have the heart for it.

Technically and generally, your drawings are good but something is missing, you know. I just can’t pinpoint what it is.” said a certain member of a forum where I sometimes share my drawings. Before, I was confused because I didn't know what that person was talking about. 
Now that I have given it some thought, what was missing is heart. 

Phil Jackson said,
 "Always keep an open mind and a compassionate heart.”
 Drawings may have form because of style but dead when they possess no heart. 
Heart gives colors.
 It is what differentiates an excellent drawing from a bad one.

 Maybe it is incorrect to wish  that my talent to be whisked away. 


Instead I should wish for "heart" whenever I draw.

I am thankful that I realized what really is my wish.



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