T is for Talents.
Everyone has a talent for something. Some people are great at putting colors together, others are good at putting words together and others are good at putting sounds together (just to name a few).
Some talents you can see easily. The well dressed woman-
The well landscaped yard
The well written book
Other talents are harder to see- people with a talent for compassion, listening to others, seeing things that need doing and doing them. These talents are just as important as composing, telling jokes or great acting but not often recognized as talents.
Some talents are easier to develop than others (especially if you already have a natural affinity in that area). If I want to be a better singer I can take lessons and practice a lot. I will get better but I will probably never be singing duets with Carrie Underwood.
Being more thoughtful or compassionate (or insert your choice here) is a little harder. Where do you take compassionate lessons? Finding someone who is compassionate and using them for a model is one way to “take lessons”.
What talent do you want to develop?
Check back tomorrow to find out what U is for. . .