How does one interpret these sacred texts?
A child’s definition of beauty is very simple: sunshine and smiles.
Humans are mortal. Our species is driven to survive. We avoid pain and danger. We gather comfort, security, food, a mate, social position, money.
During untroubled moments we banish our deepest–most difficult–thoughts. So to allay boredom we golf, shop, watch television.
Through our short lives, that’s mostly what we do.
But certainly living should be more than escape from death or boredom. I insist it be.
Living must be a pursuit.
The pursuit of what?
Wisdom? Truth? Greater compassion?
Beauty and its essence are the subject of this blog. Join me. What will we find?
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Life is too short to ignore beauty. Some might say that nothing in life is more important than beauty.
Beauty uplifts, ennobles what is common, opens our minds and spirits to deeper things. Fortunately, our small world is overflowing with beauty. (If the beholder has eyes for it.)
I will be dedicating this blog to photography and writing–two of my favorite hobbies. I’ll attempt to frame the beauty that I might perceive. Where I’ll find it, I’m not sure. I suppose I’ll just walk out and stumble upon it.