Last night I was thinking about ink. When rain falls on a handwritten page, the ink spreads out a bit, loses its crispness. It’s rarely pleasant. But every now and then, hidden colors emerge. Suddenly you discover that simple black ink is green and shades of blue and a fragile pink edge. If so...
Gobineau, the Prince of Pessimists, to Tocqueville, the last credible optimist, 1856:
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Growing up is the meaning in this story because the little mermaid makes a lot of choices that have to do with being mature and grown up . She wants to be grown up in many aspects of her life from a young age. Starting at a young age, all the little mermaid could think about was growing up .