Graffiti | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I have always been a fan of graffitis on the streets. Isn’t it fascinating for such an artwork very delicate and most of the time made of just spray paints. Those artworks. From a can. Wow.

I remember watching a documentary about this artist who paints in random places. His name is Bansky and his identity is still mysterious until now. What’s good about his artworks is they have like an agenda. A message of some sort. For example, for the crisis of Syrian refugees entering the US, many Americans are against it. So he made the move. Made a painting of Steve Jobs holding a Apple computer and a bag of some sort. Steve Jobs is a son of refugees. What if the next Steve Jobs is one of those kids?

Real dreams never stop.

So when I saw this graffiti on a shaded walkway on my way to the Menara KL in one of my visits in Kuala Lumpur, I paused for a while. Yes. Real dreams never stop. No matter how big or small they are, if you want it you’ll get there if you just put your energy into it. Make use of those dreams  to strive harder each day. Little by little, those dreams will materialize. Don’t be disheartened because it won’t be an easy ride. Expect a bumpy dirt-road level ride but all of it will be worth it.

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