It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see – Thoreau
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The panorama of our lives is directly proportionate to the depth of beauty we allow ourselves to ingest. Our lives are like a Kaleidoscope pattern and the aesthetics of that pattern, although they evolve constantly, still enchant us and give us new perspective in each shape that is created. The colors become richer, deeper in hue, and the beauty is carried over from one frame to the next.
The true beauty that we see does not come from looking at the picture as a whole, but by dissecting the pieces and finding the unique qualities that combine in those fragments to create that spectral portrait. The attraction to the harmonious blend of colors cannot be appreciated without recognizing the million tiny little shards of color that make up the sum of all its parts.
Take the time to really see the beauty in your life. Give yourself the extra time to really absorb what you see and look a little closer at all of the smaller parts that help create that bigger picture. It would be sad to think that some of the muted colors were overlooked because you didn’t take the time to let your eyes focus on those million tiny little things.