Most likely you’ve heard this quote before. I think it aids us in our pursuit of happiness to keep this in mind as we live and choose the priorities in our lives.

What things are most important to us? Helen succinctly and beautifully paints how true beauty can be experienced, another key in unlocking happiness. For her, literally she couldn’t experience beauty through her sight or sound and experiencing it through the heart was her only way of identifying it.

Creation of good karma is true beauty, that has to be felt, it cant be seen or heard. True beauty is kindness. Compassion. Unconditional love and being nonjudgmental.

Beauty can of course be manifested in the senses, in beautiful music, paintings, and acting but it makes sense these things are inspired by the heart. The heart is the source. Part of creating a better world is choosing to seek true beauty within ourselves and fellow living beings.

9 thoughts on “True Beauty

  1. Wise Hearted says:

    I look forward to some interesting discussions about your writing. My heart is to help others live in freedom with the life God has given them. God gives us breathe, a voice and a pretty good body to walk around in but how we use it is totally up to us. I am only a lay counselor, read tons of books on helping others, how the mind, works, enjoy a deep discussion that leaves me with something to think upon. My pain doctor sent me to a pain therapist and I fell in love with what she did. To have such knowledge as she and you do from a great education was my dream for a while but God had another way in teaching me. Uneducation does not mean dumb but it gives one power to back up their words. It was good to read how you allow your health issue to drive you toward others. God waste nothing that happens to us as that I am sure. I’ll be back for some more of Counselor Brandon…

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    1. Thank you for your comment and sharing of yourself Betty. I look forward to those discussions as well :). God gives us a great deal that is true. That’s wonderful your passion for helping and learning to advance your adeptness. For sure, experiential knowledge and self learning are on par with education. Thank you for stopping by, I’m glad for your engagement and for you to return.

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  2. Well said. The simpler the better a lot of the time…Thanks!

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    1. I’m glad you found my writing helpful! I appreciate the compliment, and your comment. Thanks for stopping by. πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks April for stopping by and giving your positive feedback 😊 I hope to see you again soon.

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      1. April says:

        Thank you; I will! 😊

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  3. CarolCooks2 says:

    Hello Brandon.. Thank you for visiting CarolCooks2 and for the follow 😊

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    1. Hi Carol, absolutely, thanks for following me as well πŸ™‚

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