25 More Lessons (I've) Learned
29. Look All Around You
Donít get stuck in the habit of simply looking in the direction that you travel, for our perspective is wholly biased by our orientation.
Most peopleís necks allow them to turn their heads a full 90 degrees in either direction Ė if you are fortunate enough to be one of these people, use this to your advantage.
Moreover, donít limit yourself to the horizontal swing. Constantly, look up and down, in and out of wherever you are.
And finally, stop every once in a while and examine whatís coming at ya from behind. You never know when you might have missed something worth looking at because you were looking two steps ahead of your stride.
And one more thing...it is crucial to realize that regardless of how many times youíve traversed that path often taken thereís always something, that is, something new to appreciate whereeverwemaygo....
In essence, beauty is much like love, if not, in fact, the very same thing; for both surround us, but all too often we are too close-minded, too preoccupied with lesser things, and too petty because we are being too self-centered and self-important to notice.
*a perfect example: tmelillo's SOHO ON SUNDAY
*please note: the photographer and the photograph cited do not necessarily reflect the views of the lesson or any other random thoughts of the writer.
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