The Hat Maker's Hats
There once was a man who made hats of all shades,
Some styled for balls, and some for parades.
Each day the man sat with needle and thread,
Every stitch a masterpiece, fit for a head!
The Hat Maker's Hats is about a man who makes hats and gives them away for free. Everyone seems to appreciate his gifts. But then one day people begin to demand that he do better, and give them what they want rather than what he's offering. The hat maker becomes discouraged, and wonders if it's even worth making hats anymore.
When faced with opposition, it is easy to lose faith in your abilities. But why do we do what we love? Is it to please others, or is it to fulfill a need inside us?