Are there reasons for admiring beauty? The beauty of a well-turned phrase, the flow of a fabric, the rustling of leaves in the wind, the warmth of a smile transforming someone’s face.
Aesthetic appreciation seems to be an involuntary reaction, but definitely a pleasant one. It is the little things that can bring a quirk to your lips, a glow to your eyes and possibly a zest for life. On so many levels, this perception, sensory or intellectual puts forth yet another argument for a life well-lived.

Are there reasons for admiring beauty? The beauty of a well-turned phrase, the flow of a fabric, the rustling of leaves in the wind, the warmth of a smile transforming someone’s face.

Aesthetic appreciation seems to be an involuntary reaction, but definitely a pleasant one. It is the little things that can bring a quirk to your lips, a glow to your eyes and possibly a zest for life. On so many levels, this perception, sensory or intellectual puts forth yet another argument for a life well-lived.

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