My granbaby, Kynedi Marie was over one day and she said she wanted to make a book with me, specifically a Butterfly book. She said she liked butterflies. I said, “okay” and we began to gather what we needed to make her special Butterfly book. We got the construction paper, a pair of scissors, crayons and a glue stick. She took 7 pieces of the beige construction paper from the booklet and I folded each paper in half, making the start of what will be a 14 page book. She took out one of the glue sticks out of the plastic bag it was contained in and I began to press the stick onto the left and right sides of the paper spine. She put a sheet on top of the one that had the glue, but it kept coming apart…it wouldn’t stick. Okay, a challenge. She asked if there was something else we could use and I immediately remembered that I had a roll of two-sided tape. I went and got the tape out of my office, and from the top of the paper to the bottom, I added the two-sided tape. Perfect! It held. On each page, I placed the tape on the paper, she pressed down on the tape to make sure it adhered and then with her little fingers, she slowly removed the protective shield from the other side of the tape, before adding another sheet of paper. Now that all of the pages are held together she numbered them and she began drawing butterflies, pretty, colorful butterflies. They almost looked as pretty as she.
After a while, her hands were getting a little tired from making those pretty butterflies and just like that, we had an idea. We decided to google butterflies off the net and print out a couple of pages. She selected her butterfly; I cut it out and we glued it onto the pages of her book. Using a myriad of colors, my granbaby brought her vision of butterflies to site.
As we were making the book, she selected a couple of declaration cards of I Am, I Will and I Can and filled them in with a noun, a verb and an adjective. She’s a smart little cookie. One by one, she added those declarations to her Butterfly book. After about an hour or so, Kynedi’s Beautiful Book of Butterflies had manifest.
My granbaby clarified her creativity, she saw clearly in her mind what she wanted to do; she validated her vision – she believed she could make this book and began to do it; she pursued her passion, she knew what she wanted, saw a challenge, sought a solution, and brought in another component to making her book; She professed her purpose, she wanted to make her book with me, and because she like butterflies. My granbaby manifested her mission, she saw the clarity of her creativity – she made her book using construction paper, scissors, crayons, tape, with the help of her granma.
Days later I thought about our project and thought clarifying our creativity is the genesis to manifesting our mission.
Hummm, let’s think about this for a moment. If we want to catch a butterfly to let it gently rest in the palm of our hand and enjoy the beauty of the butterfly, we first have to know what a butterfly looks like and what a butterfly is, what do you think? Right?
So, in order to flow through the continuum of manifesting our mini missions and our major mission in life, we first shall clarify our creativity. To catch a dream and weave it into manifestation is to clarify our creativity…just like my granbaby did.
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