Beauty is ultimately a gift of God, and some have inherited more of it than others. Some wish they were more beautiful—or handsome—than they are, and many spend a lot of time and money making the most of whatever good looks they possess. However, beauty alone is worthless in the long run unless it is accompanied by other qualities. Inner beauty—a beauty of personality especially when it is based on faith in God—is far more important than physical good looks
I agree with these words. “Nature,” wrote one scientist, “will always have novelty, richness, and beauty that can never be exhausted.” A writer on natural history, emphasizes the value of personal involvement. “Nothing replaces seeing for oneself, touching, smelling and listening to living animals and plants with all the forces of nature acting upon them,” he says. “Let the beauty sink in . . . Wherever one may be, first look, enjoy and look again
The Bible puts it this way: “Everything [God] has made pretty in its time. Even time indefinite he has put in their heart, that mankind may never find out the work that the true God has made from the start to the finish.”—Ecclesiastes 3:11.
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