Eventually though, as she matures, Mia will learn how to say what she wants to say.
Eventually she will begin to form her incoherent mumblings into actual words, then phrases, then complete sentences and original thoughts.
Eventually, Mia will learn to use her voice.
The journey of the artist is a lot like a child learning to speak. It starts with the surprising discovery that you have the ability to make noise. And so you begin to use that voice to communicate your thoughts, feelings, and opinions to the world. However, you have not yet developed the maturity and mastery needed to clarify what you’re trying to say so that others can understand, and be changed by it. To them, you’re just making noise.
Eventually, as you mature, you will learn how to say what you want to say.
Eventually you will begin to form your scattered thoughts into pictures, and words, and stories.
Eventually, you will learn to use your voice.
Here’s the difference, unlike us, Mia is not afraid of sounding like a silly little baby for a while. Because of this, she’s getting a lot more practice than you or I. This means that as long as we hold onto that fear, her voice will continue to develop much faster than ours.