The Twins and Legos
My twins Noah and Aniyah love to play legos. Well, Noah loves to build and Aniyah loves to knock them down. I was watching them play and I saw this masterful work at play. Picture this, you have a set number of legos to build something, let’s say a set of 120. When Noah used all 120 legos to build something it was beautiful, then Aniyah came along and gave Noah an idea to make it better but there were no more blocks.
We All Have Choices To Make
Noah had a choice to make, he could either start all over with Aniyah’s idea or keep his same design. Well, she didn’t give him much choice and she knocked it down. He cried for about 10 minutes because he wanted to keep what he had, and while he was crying, she proceeded to start building. He had been watching her the whole time and decided he liked where she was going, and although he was mad she had knocked his original design over, He was excited about this new design with the same number of legos.
They built it together and they both had a huge grin on their face when they presented it to me. It was something that reflected both of them but is way more reliable and stronger than before. It was Noah who had to wrestle with change and came out on top after realizing the end result was worth it. It was Aniyah who chose to be the catalyst for Noah’s change even when it wasn’t requested.
Least Expected Grief
Most times, grief comes when not requested and it’s up to us to choose with the same or fewer pieces to build something beautiful again, to pick up the set of pieces that are left, and chose, with a partner, to rebuild. Never alone, watching and crying along the way, we find the space to rebuild, we find the space to smile, we find the space to present what we’ve accomplished once we’re done and we have a new masterpiece.
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