This mini saga was adapted by a story I read in the Introduction of “the Element” by Sir. Ken Robinson. Although the story is about a young girl, it has an important message for all of us adults.
Mini Saga #118 – Confidence
Samantha was deeply focused on her drawing. The teacher had to call her name twice to get her attention – “What are you drawing Samantha?” Samantha smiled, “I am drawing the picture of God.” Teacher said, “But nobody knows how God looks like..” Samantha smiled again, “They will, in a minute.”
1. A mini saga is a story told in exactly 50 words. Not 49 or 51 but exactly 50.
2. You can download a photographic manifesto of Mini Sagas at ChangeThis. Here is the link – Mini Sagas: Bite-sized Wisdom for Life and Business (PDF, 2.9MB).
3. For a complete list of Mini Sagas, please see the entire list here or at Squidoo.
4. Photo courtesy: Korean Resource Center on Flickr