This is something that may not have an answer, so I’ve been debating with myself whether I should ask it or not - but what the heck. The worst that could happen is it gets ignored.
How is it that some things that we see all the time, are as common as muck, like sunsets, snow covered fields, a particular person, butterflies, a stream through a field etc, can be considered beautiful? I mean, why is a cold grey sky, or a muddy pond, not considered beautiful? They’re just as common, just as naturally formed - but yet it doesn’t illicit even a hint of the response that something like a field of flowers does.
How, and why, do we define beauty so specifically?
“Vyvyan! Where did you get that Howitzer?” “…I found it.”
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