Ralph Waldo Emerson
Sep 4, 2022-- "Do we always prefer the harmonious to the discordant, whatever that distinction might look like to us? It is not my place to say that the music youre listening to sounds terrible. On that note, harmony is very much its own kind of beautiful, and it looks and feels like different things to all of us. For me, harmony is found in the way tree branches will sometimes grow curving around to hold each other, the way rain disappears into the surface of the sea, the sitting and sighing in front of landscapes that are too large to comprehend, and when we have enough energy left to dance at the end of the day." Writer and illustrator Ella Frances Sanders shares more in this lovely excerpt from her latest book, "Everything Beautiful: A Guide to Finding Hidden Beauty in the World." (1407 reads)
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I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers.
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