54 thoughts on “If we all could see the world through the eyes of a child, we would see the magic in everything!

  1. 2far2shout says:

    That’s so true, then I think of the lives of many children and think it’s not necessarily so.

    • Otrazhenie says:

      Very good point. Totally agree with you on that. Though I’ve discovered that even in the toughest conditions children often manage to find some ‘magic’ – it could be just a snail or a worm or a leaf. Magic also lives in their dreams, even if they don’t get much of it in reality. Children a magic themselves. I wish so much all children on this planet could have a peaceful childhood free of violence, abuse, fear and hunger 😦

  2. farrelljulie says:

    That’s so true and beautiful! Just shared on Facebook to inspire others to look at the magic in the world! πŸ™‚

  3. nitikasethi says:

    This is so beautiful and so true
    Reblogging it on my page

  4. Love it…will save for later use..
    Discovered the authorship should be credited to Chee Vai Tang.
    Love, hugs and blessings…ME and the Boss

  5. Dina says:

    Lovely, how right you’re!
    Have a great weekend. Love, Dina

  6. Lovener says:

    Reblogged this on Lovener W. and commented:
    Save our souls…

  7. Frank says:

    This is so true. Oh, to have a child’s eye once more.
    Peace!!!

  8. Ajaytao2010 says:

    Lovely dear fantastic
    I love everything about children

  9. mirrorgirl says:

    So true.I`ve actually observed that therapy is all about teaching adults to be children again:)

  10. Lady ofthe Quill says:

    I am a poet who is published on the internet. I would like to use your picture and quote in a poem I have written titled ” Eyes with Dreams” . I agree to give you full credit for the image and the Quote. I hope to hear from you.
    LadyoftheQuill

  11. Mr. Mel says:

    The question is, why do we stop seeing through the eyes of a child? Great reminder!πŸ™β€οΈπŸ˜Š

  12. It’s true, and I try, and still get strange looks when I hug a teddy bear at work.

  13. I so love children in every human and every creature. All are so precious. I have worked with special needs children and young people for so many years in the school districts as a substitute Paraeducator (often I am a one-on-one for children with more than one need such as developmental AND MS) and also as a substitute Teacher. I have found this work so totally rewarding. The children are beautiful.

  14. And this practice would enhance our creativity, as well!

  15. Haley Scully says:

    Yes, very true! What a wonderful quote! As a child, there truly is wonder to everything.

  16. I worked with special needs children for about 16 years and I LOVE their imagination and the pure ways they see things. Such beautiful and sensitive children. A joy to work with every day.

  17. gaustin00 says:

    love this! thanks for stopping by and liking my post

  18. Indeed! Thanks for the reminder and Cheers!!! πŸ™‚

  19. Yeh! actually. As a child, we can see the magic in everything around us and the best magicians are always with us…

  20. KJ says:

    Isn’t this the truth. So many of us struggle getting back to our inner child. It’s almost ironic, really, that we spend most of our adult lives trying to remember that child. And once we do, things just seem to slot into place. Funny that they never tell you that when you’re still a child.

  21. Kalimelo says:

    Otrazhenie, Thank you for visiting my blog and for your Like on my post
    I am 70 years old, and still young at heart, I think that we share the same point of view, and we see the world and things from the same Long-vue(eye-glass), and this the magic!
    Picasso said, something like this β€œAn Artist cesses to be an artist, the moment he ceases to see the world like a child β€œ

  22. madeline2020 says:

    Trying to keep that child like perspective always. Its a goal at least.

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