This video clip of a woman making "sand art" filled me with wonder. The accompanying music is sublime, too! Seeing the beauty that another person creates with his or her talent is always amazing, I think.
Sometimes we may find ourselves reluctant to show what we do best -- for fear of being ridiculed or looked down upon by others. But in the greater scheme of things, so what? If there's something that you really love doing, something you are really good at -- then does it really matter that there's a possibility other people won't like it? Not all people will find another person's artwork a sight for sore eyes, or another person's songs music to their ears, but we really can't please everybody all at the same time anyway. So why not just please ourselves first and find satisfaction in what we do best? (Providing that no harm is done to others, of course.)
Besides, if you love whatever it is you do best, in all likelihood there will be people out there who will recognize your talent and skill, and appreciate it. I think that if what a person does can make another person smile, if his or her special talent can create a good memory for others, if their craft affects fellow humans in a positive way -- touches them inside, even just for a moment...then that makes everything all the more worthwhile.
A person's talent doesn't have to be a big moneymaker (but wouldn't it be sweet if it did?) or an award-winner. Just imagine. We can touch other people's lives, whether we're great at flower-arranging, cooking, developing computer programs, or drawing pictures with sand.