Watching Bea, I had an epiphany.
Not necessarily new, since I had just read a similar sentiment recently, but connecting the dots generated enough power to light me up.
The fact that when we're young, we're more likely to try the impossible, even if elder others tell us it can't be done.
Jack-ass and destructive activities aside -- I'm talking about positive game-changing activities, like creating integrated circuitry on the head of a pin or developing the neuroscience behind emotional intelligence and teaching us to lead ourselves to a less divisive promised land.
Was Bea imaging springing herself atop the wild mustang to ride away like the wind?
I don't know. Maybe. Remember, she's 2.
It doesn't matter that we as adults know she couldn't do it. She believed she could, or whatever she was imagining.
Fellow leadership Twitterer @angelabisignano tweeted the other day:
If you want great leaders raise great kids.
And one way to do that?
Keep them surprising the neigh-neigh.