P.C :- Ian Dooley (Unsplash)

Fly as high as you want,

Let your humbleness keep you grounded,

Travel as far as you please,

Let your home make you feel welcome,

Befriend as many as you can’t count,

Let your family hold you dear,

Learn from one and all,

Let your experiences be your best teacher,

Magnanimous as much as you aspire,

Let your mother be the most selfless person you’d ever know,

Believe in any higher force,

Let your conscience be your best prayer.

79 words.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sadje for running the What do you see challenge. The challenge is to weave a piece taking inspiration from the picture above. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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