Do you know how beautiful you are? Do you have any idea what Beauty created you, what Beauty adorns you, what Beauty permeates and surrounds you? Do you know all Beauty is a gift of Love, leading you to Itself?
Beauty is a gift of Love, leading you to itself.
Where there is beauty, there is love. Follow beauty, find Love.
This statement transcends the question about whether beauty is internal or external, and it can be applied both to subjective beauty and objective beauty.
Just follow beauty internal or external, subjective or objective. Follow beauty for it is love leading you.
I am saying this with my recent experiences of beauty as peace quite in the front of my mind.
Thus, when I say follow beauty, find Love, there is a part of me also feeling follow peace, find Love.
For me, now, it seems, beauty and peace are inseparable.
And that raises a question.
Is there beauty in chaos? Is chaos beautiful?
From chaos comes clarity, right? (or maybe this only applies to Nicholas Hexum and Doug Martinez?)
Does this mean that chaos itself can be beautiful, or is it chaos’ ability to catalyze clarity that may be beautiful?
Oh, but wait. Isn’t there a scientific term called entropy, which states that everything moves into greater and greater states of chaos? If so, when does the clarity come in? If chaos simply devolves into chaos, how does chaos bring about clarity?
“Answers are reassuring, but when you’re onto something really useful, it will probably take the form of a question.” From Art & Fear by David Bayles and Ted Orland