Grace

In the realm of nature there is no absolutely straight line. Grace and beauty are expressed in nature's handiwork. The green leaflet curls toward the sun, the budding flower unfolds in loveliness, the river winds to the sea, and waves roll landward.

One of the most beautiful examples of architectural beauty in the world is the Parthenon at Athens. The secret of its exquisite perfection has been found by students of art to lie in the fact that there is not one exactly straight line in the entire structure. Each column which conveys such a satisfying sense of grace to the human eye is ever so delicately curved to compensate for any possible optical illusion due to perspective.

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