UNBRIDLED BEAUTY // “Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.” (Confucius) > When you can take a moment to step outside of the regular, the ordinary, the mundane parts of life and step into the sacred and extraordinary, you see that in all things there is an unbridled beauty: a beauty that cannot be contained by the profane, by boundaries or limitations. A beauty that screams to be freed and seen by the world around it. A beauty that finds its origins to be the result of the handiwork of a Creator. > Unbridled beauty is seldom observed unless looked for intentionally. When observed however, it arouses not only the sense of the eyes, but all the senses: touched, heard, smelled, seen. It is a beauty that is in the sound of a laugh, the smell of the trees, the sight of the ocean, the touch of the snow. It is a beauty thats stops you dead in your tracks, turns you around, and forces you to ask “what was that?”
> Unbridled beauty strives to be wild yet secretly desires to be known. It can be both put on display and hidden from sight by a natural pattern of variables. This beauty needs no manufacturing or forced identity, rather, just the space to be revealed to those looking for it. It is not lost to formality nor transition but chooses to follow the course predetermined for it.
Where is your unbridled beauty? Will you choose to run through our lives at a sprint, never stopping to fully know and understand the beauty? Or will you make the decision to pause, listen, and think about the beauty that will ultimately lie before you? // Where is your unbridled beauty?
"Have you ever seen the wonder
In the glimmer of first sight
As the eyes begin to open
And the blindness meets the light"