Many people magnify the wrong things and the true beauty of things are minimized and often missed all together. San skeleton I’m lazy and I know it The exposure and appreciation of true beauty is gently nurtured an early age.
San skeleton I’m lazy and I know it design
I look outside at my yard with overgrown grass and the flowers of the wild seeds I spread one summer from the pack I bought even a few years earlier and other people may see the overgrown grass… I see the beauty of nature in those little sticks with flowers at the tip… and I smile. San skeleton I’m lazy and I know it Is just your personality. Not everyone was born the same. Can you change that or is it genetic? I don’t know, maybe is like learning a foreign language, many can but not every single person. I consider myself lucky!
I do puzzles on my computer and lately it has come to my attention that even the most, what we consider, mundane things, not only are integrate but have their own beauty, which we fail to see at a light glance, but in working these puzzles, I see them. Awesome message. However, I disagree with this one. It’s not that people are not appreciative of good music or have any ego issues but the fact that this experiment was being conducted at the wrong place and at the wrong time. Usually, in a Subway, people are in a rush to get somewhere and they don’t want to be late due to commitments and priorities. It could be picking your kid from school, getting to work on time, a dinner date with a loved one. In my opinion, that’s the fundamental flaw in this experiment conducted by Washington Post. Instead they should have gone to a Park on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. I bet there would be a huge crowd gathered around and at least 2 people in the crowd who would’ve recognized the artist as well.