Why? Because I asked myself the question: what will my daughter be when she grows up? And also because there’s still a child in each of us that we should never lose. I’m just a big, dreamy child. Very often in our lives, we see our dreams dashed and our desires unfulfilled, but you have to keep dreaming. Otherwise our inner child dies.
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