WHAT MATTERS IS THE CLIMB

Climb high to see where you are meant to be. Trust you! Climb up!

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Step 1: CLIMB HIGH UNTIL YOUR DREAM COMES TRUE

I wish everyone to know about the inner matter of what the picture describing you when you actually seeing it. Climb high where there is nothing you could see. climb high until you see something even if it is half way to your dream.

Well, First of all you should draw the lines as you can see the picture No.1. Then color it as per your wish.

Then draw the hands roughly measure it to reach the boy's wrist. When you fold the paper the boy's hand have to touch his wrist. Measure it and draw accordingly.

Step 2: CLIMB HIGH WITH a FAITH IN YOUR HEART

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