My daily aphorisms. Reflections on life, death, beauty, change, love, happiness, etc., written in a poetic and whimsical style.
It's all about mindset, isn't it? :)
I think this is a paradox of maturity: we become more selective, but also more condescending!
Fault finding was my old pattern. I changed my attitude - bring on the joy!
I love this one! It's very true. The beauty is all around us for us to find and admire. :)
Lovely and so true....i believe that people are so busy picking out all the wrong in the world (example the news channels) that the beauty is completely neglected. It is in perfection that humans still find a way to condemn it. Lovely :) :) :)
Is it about the concept of beauty and how we see it?http://lovers-shore.blogspot.com/
True!that's why they say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder! it all depends on the way a person sees things, and it's the person who shape mere stones into diamonds..http://fzmway.blogspot.com/
Seeing beauty in all things....that's where it's at :)
I love the imperfect stones.. they have the most character... thanks for stopping by my page
It is all in the 'seeing'.Wise words. :-)
Stones are much better and perfect,always!They can knock us hard too, haha.
everything and everyone is perfect at being themselves. We all have an innate purpose that we are destined to achieve.
I like flaws in all my rocks; they keep me humble.
I really feel this one. When I go out, cars and tall buildings seem wondrous, as well as Nature. No matter what is happening in my life, the glass is always half full.
Let us not forget they require cutting and polishing by man to reveal their beauty. Much of nature's perfection and beauty requires a human observer and human's touch to reveal it...to other humans. So where lies, in reality, the perfection and beauty? I fear I'm over my head again.
Beautifully said.. I remember something similar. I looked in vain for a perfect cherry blossum. Then I realized all blossums were perfect. I like pumpkins with character so the perfectly round ones are without character and imperfect. So perfection is in the eye of the beholder. Thanks..
I believe there's a beauty in all things. :)
I kind of look at aging that same way, Marty. I used to think that a young, flawless face was the only kind that held beauty. Now I see true beauty in the lines and character marks that come with age.
There is good in even the worst of us - if we care to look for it :)
Haha, I always seem to rediscover you on the days I need your wisdom NP :)
This is my favorite! but love them all :)