There was once a famous artist named Amelia who had just completed a beautiful painting. She placed the painting on an easel and looked at it with pride. The painting showed a stunning landscape of mountains and a river that flowed through it. But something seemed off about the painting. Amelia knew it lacked something; she couldn’t figure out what that was, so she decided to go on a walk to clear her mind.
As Amelia was walking, she stumbled upon a young boy named Jack, who was also out for a walk. Jack had a camera hanging from his neck and an excited look on his face.
“Wow, that’s a beautiful picture,” Jack exclaimed, pointing to Amelia’s painting.
Amelia smiled, “Thanks. But I feel like something is missing.”
“That happens sometimes,” Jack reassured her. “Maybe you need to change your perspective.”
Amelia looked at him, confused, and asked, “What do you mean?”
“If you look at something from a different angle, you might see something you never saw before,” Jack explained.
Suddenly, it clicked in Amelia’s head! She decided to take Jack’s advice and headed back to her painting. She looked at the picture from a different angle and voila! She saw what was missing: a bird flying over the mountains.
“Thank you, Jack. You really helped me solve my problem,” exclaimed Amelia enthusiastically.
“No problem,” said Jack. “I’m glad I could help you get the picture!”
Suddenly, it made perfect sense to Amelia, and she gave Jack a hug, saying, “You’re absolutely right. And now, I SAW the picture better thanks to you.”