“Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.” ~Confucious
It’s so easy to speed through life with such business that we don’t notice the obvious beauty all around us.
It’s even easier to miss out on the beauty hidden in life’s less obvious places—the kindness in the smile of a stranger on a bad day, the silver lining in our dark clouds, air that we breathe even when choked by sadness.
Take time to notice the beauty in your world today.
What do you see?
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We all have something that can seduce us. Something that can so turn our heads that we are susceptible to making poor choices in our pursuit of the desired result.
For some it may be power. For others fame. Or wealth. Or popularity. Or success. Or feeling needed or wanted or noticed.
It may be a desire to feel loved and accepted. Or perhaps it’s a need for safety. Maybe even a need for respect or for connection.
It may even be relief from pain that seduces us into choices that we might otherwise not make.
None of these things that seduce us is bad in and of itself, but when we are unaware of their seductive qualities for us personally, our longings for what we think they will provide leave us vulnerable to anything that promises (usually falsely) to give us what we long for.