April 4, 2016 By Ann Grasso Posted April 4, 2016 In Musings April 4, 20162016-04-042016-02-28https://anngrassopatternart.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/ann-grasso-logo-web-200x40.pngAnn Grasso Pattern Arthttps://anngrassopatternart.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/ann-grasso-logo-web-200x40.png200px200px 0 6 “It takes a long time to become young.” – Pablo Picasso Showing 6 comments patsy monk April 4, 2016 Reply Pablo was very wise Another deep comment for thought “I am too young to know everything” but this came from me while acknowledging that the world has many learning opportunities! Ann Grasso April 4, 2016 Reply Patsy, do you think Pablo wanted us to remain ever curious, like a child? Marguerite April 4, 2016 Reply Exactly… Hope I’ll make it and wish myself an interesting journey, full of places, people, moments,sounds and soft light. Ann Grasso April 4, 2016 Reply I applaud your wishes for yourself – and I hope we are all abel to see our journeys as “interesting” regardless of what unfolds. Robin Richardson April 4, 2016 Reply Oh this is refreshing! Becoming a mother at the age of twenty had me growing up very quickly! I knew I had to mature and be on top of my game. Although, when it came to laughing, smiling, dancing and creating, my children have and still keep me young. With Pablo’s quote I believe that it does take a while to become young. We are pushed when we are younger to grow up and to begin taking on responsibilities and personas that may not be right for us. It takes a long time to shake off all of the weight that is laid onto us as we become adolescents and adults. We forget what was important to us when we were young and the world was brand new. Ann Grasso April 4, 2016 Reply ah yes – “when the world was brand new…” Leave a Comment Cancel reply Upload attachment (Allowed file types: jpg, png, pdf, maximum file size: 10MB. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.