Beauty is that which delights the senses – including the “sixth sense” of the mind.
Different people find beauty in different forms and places. You don’t have to go to a museum, listen to a symphony, or eat a gourmet meal to be in the presence of beauty.
For example, here are some of the (maybe strange) things I find beautiful: A clump of grass in a sidewalk crack. The horn of a train as it moves away. The smell of cinnamon. The curve of highway cloverleafs. Kitchen knives. The faces of nurses. Courage. Falling water. A glazed donut. The touch of cashmere. Foam. Frisbees. Snakes. Geometrical proofs. Worn pennies. The feeling of catching a football.
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