So, I’m not really sure where this post is going, I’ve got at least five or six different ideas of what I want to talk about, and as I write this, my brain is scrambling to choose one. So, I’m going to pause for a moment, choose one, and then keep writing….
Okay, so, I just want to touch a little bit on how our world tries to morph and define what is considered beautiful. I understand the scientific definition of what is considered beautiful, and generally, beauty is whatever is considered symmetrical, like a flower, or an orange, but beauty is something that goes deeper than that. Beauty isn’t just an aesthetic, it is a process. Beauty cannot be created from nothing, it has to grow and develop, like a seed turning into a flower. The seed isn’t what we consider to be the epitome of beauty, but what it creates, is considered one of the most beautiful things that our world has.
Mankind is the same way. We aren’t beautiful just by existing, we make ourselves beautiful by what we do, by what we want to be. Beauty, despite what some may think isn’t just on the surface, and it isn’t “within” us, it’s in our dreams, aspirations, hopes and desires. It’s in our ideas, it’s in our personalities, and its in our passions. Continue reading