With a burdened heart, I wandered on campus in the afternoon and came across a cute foreign girl. She was squatting in front of the porch drawing attentively, which stimulated my interest. I couldn’t help going up to her and starting a short conversation with her.
“What are you drawing, little girl?” I asked with curiosity. She raised her head smiling brightly, “it’s a rainbow.” I checked for a second time and confirmed that. It was indeed a rainbow. Suddenly, I felt my unhappiness dispelled by girl’s innocent smile and colorful rainbow. Later, I learned that she was only a seven-tear-old American girl.
Sometimes we feel down, and try to search for an outlet to regulate ourselves. Today, I found it probably unnecessary to look for an outlet to pour one’s anger or something onto others, and what we need genuinely is a pair of eyes discovering a wonderful world.