There was a boy who sees the world black and white. He didn't think it matters for everyone in his age sees the same thing. Though, everytime his mother teaches him something, he began to see some colors. It disappears sometimes, though. He was amazed about the new things he has experienced—he was excited to see colors again so he bug his mom to teach him more. His mom said, "Just wait." One day, his mother brought him in a place wherein lots of his age are there. As the days passed, he began to see all the colors he can imagine. Overwhelmed, he craved for more. He wanted more. As he learned new things, the world became brighter and lighter. It's not just about the colors; it's understanding the world he's in. He sometimes stumble and lose interest in the world; whenever he does, the colors fade. When it happens, he immediately tries to get his life together and tries to learn fascinating things he can learn. Now, he is trying to learn more and see colors which lit his life—he wants to keep what he learned. Not just for colors but to understand the life more.