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The Appearance of Beauty is Always Beautiful


An Editing of annoying bushes into a beautiful quoted picture

Why is this the truth?

When I tell people "the appearance of beauty is always beautiful", I often get the response. "yea, but all that glitters ain't gold, you know?"

Well of course I know that. But why are you acting like I didn't just say something profound? I want to cut the the chase and make it simple for you.

I want to encourage you to find beauty in many things, many of the right things, like this picture with the quote. If you're asking the question, "who is this guy to say what's right?" I'm not talking to you, but you don't have to leave. It may be a misunderstanding. It may only have the appearance that I'm not talking to you.

Just like that person who appeared to come out of no where and be the answer to your loneliness...

Just like that new job or promotion that appeared to be able to cure your financial mishandling...

Like telling that lil lie appeared to be the safer route at the moment...

Like yelling at your child appeared to be the only way to get their attention...

An original view of annoying bushes

There are appearances of so many things that don't seem as beautiful after they are encountered. But I have good news; some are. There will indeed be times, that whatever seems to be beautiful, in fact, will be and remain so.

Like Sunsets...

Baby giggles...

A persons loyalty...

Creating a business you love...

Sharing truth between trusted friends...

And family that does not take or cause many offenses...

Here's the tip I want to leave though. If you commonly find that the appearance of of beautiful things you come across haven't been lasting; then you can do two things. One is to look at it longer. Take the time to let your sight adjust. It may have been a shadow. The second thing is to adjust your outtake on the appearance of beauty.

Maybe, we just need to see what else is yet to appear in addition to that, First Glance. If that First Glance appeared to be beautiful, then trust me, it was. If what came into view appeared to be a thing of beauty, then I am sure it was. So does it stop being beautiful, or do you no longer see/find beauty in it? This may be true if your beauty comes with a time limit or a clause, but if we find that the discovered things that come after are also things of beauty, then you'll also see that the storm can be as beautiful as fluffy skies. Maybe what appeared as gold, was actually rose.

p.s.

The first photo with the quote is what appears in a that fragile moment you pull up with your car and all the angles and lights are right. The second picture is the reality of that appearance from another angle. It's too big, annoying and in the way. Both pictures feature the same bush. The only difference was the appearance.

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