Art is subjective. Even if two people may look at the same piece of art, because they come from different backgrounds, they will each form a different interpretation. What you see depends on what you look for.
Even the most mundane tasks as crossing a street will seem like an adventure to a child. When I was young, I’d only step on the white parts of the crossing and pretended to jump across the building rooftops. However, it’s inevitable to grow up and step off from our imaginary world.
Seeing different perspectives open up a new way of seeing life, so that even an ordinary object like a light bulb will appear extraordinary as a sunset.