Monday, March 28, 2005

Children sees things that we grown ups don't see.

I was watching this Jdrama Hotman starring Takashi Sorimachi(famous for his role as Onizuka Eikichi in the Best Japanese Drama shown in Japan GTO).

In Hotman, Takashi Sorimachi plays school art teacher, Enzo Furiya who takes care of his 5-year-old daughter of whom he has no idea who her mother is. He also lives with his four siblings whose fathers are all different. Enzo’s daughter suffers from severe atopic dermatitis, so he throws himself into managing her diet to alleviate her condition. He is so determined to raise the little daughter well, he doesn’t appear to have any spare time for a girlfriend. And yet Enzo finds himself drawn to Misuzu Kaneko a health teacher at his school. Enzo pursues life passionately for his little girl and his family.

Well, not going to talk about the series, but something else that I learned from the series.

I learned that children sees things that we grown ups don't see. In Hotman, Enzo Furiya's 5-year-old daughter sees things differently from what we grown up see. Through her drawings, she sees the world in a different light.

I think I also believe that children does see things differently than us grown ups. Maybe because they don't have to worry about work, relationships or money. But is that really the reason?

Do you see things differently too? -> "Tell Me Your Beyond Thoughts Dreams"