stance of beauty


“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.  This is not just another quote or a strange coincidence.  You have taught me in real terms not only to see the vast beauty beyond the rough, but the value of sincerity;  to be kind and selfless when it matters and to always keep trying, together.


2 thoughts on “stance of beauty

  1. This amazing communication between two people makes the world become better, that we are willing to try walking on sharp stones, not thinking about the pain.

    And we feel this ineffable joy, energy, confused with shyness

    sometimes intertwine nervously hands… we contemplate every gesture and Word still constantly all over again. And it is like a breath of fresh air.

    Despite the gap between space and-we think, because we are full emotions in us.

    • To see through the lens of another this way is to use the spontaneous intuition we were given to give, give and perhaps give some more.

      The tiny crinkled smile of the poppy flower knows what it is to grow naturally, to cast their delicate thoughtfulness on another, perhaps to remind us again of the inherent beauty of human nature that can become more beautiful for no other reason, than to propagate more beauty.

      In your parts there is abundance of poppy fields and their delicate tenderness. I would plant them in my garden every season if I could, just to see their soft faces looking at me. They don’t ask where the seed will land, they know only to fall and hope that they will create more beauty.
      And so, there are really only a few spaces or gaps between fields of poppies…
      To jest to, co zawsze delikatnie rośnie w obfitości emocji, niezależnie od języka oficjalnego mówimy;)

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