More than meets the eye

BEAUTY IS SOMETIMES DEPICTED as passive. We watch a lovely sunset sink slowly into the western horizon. Or sit on a park bench and enjoy the breeze, the lovely flowers, and the trees in a park or city square. Maybe a work of art in a museum captures the attention, but this, too, can be more passive than active.

Sometimes beauty is depicted as being just physical—an element desperately needed to gain companionship and satisfaction. To be without this kind of beauty, some might say, is to be condemned to loneliness.

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