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    I LOVE stars.. I love star gazing... When I used to have a balcony, that's all I would do, sit and watch the stars while talking on the phone..

    What are things I find beautiful?

    When a mother or father smiles at their child (the unconditional love they give).

    When I see people of all different backgrounds get along together (homosexual, heterosexual, people from different ethnicities, different ages) for a good cause.

    When I watch people sing their hearts out (especially if it's music they write on their own and play using their own talents- not dependent on modern technology for voice enhancement- natural).

    When I see people helping people.

    When I see an elderly person smile (touches my heart), especially when their eyes wrinkle up and they small in laughter like a baby.

    When I see a person who looks as though they've suffered from hard-knocks in life smile, especially after they witness that other people actually do care.

    Fogs rolling in. Hazey days. Sunsets.

    ... These things are priceless to me..

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    Perfectly designed machines and tools, with no frills, no extra material, and no weak points.


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    Jennifer, very thoughtful..you definately put into words some of the things that I think and feel.

    Here is what I find beautiful:

    Skating outdoors in the snow-bearded and starry night with the person you love.

    The joyful and happy-go-lucky smile of a child..or anyone for that matter.

    Fires. There is something intrinsically and aesthetically beautiful about fires and how individuals become collectivized in a shared experience while around a fire. For me, it is as relaxing as a jacuzzi. I could talk to Bill Clinton or Stephen Hawking (it wouldn't matter) because I am in a complete state of relaxation, open-mindedness, and curiosity.

    I enjoy anything that is complex, intricate, particular, paradoxical, ironic, and contradictory. Whether it be the stock market, Russian politics, quantum physics, string theory, or chess, all of these are complex systems that I enjoy learning about, analyzing, and thinking critically about.

    I find beauty in genius/high creativity.

    Eloquent sililoquys that follow a particular rhythm and tempo, usually beginning with a purpose supported by concrete goals and end up in purely abstract philosophical contemplation and rhethorical question asking.

    Change, and I think the Obama victory was beautiful and inspiring in so far as it shows that anything is possible despite what sensors and pessimists--who fear change of the status quo--say.

    Moral actions that people carry out when they are unaware that another is watching.

    Idiosyncracies.

    Grand designs, models, speeches, etc.

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    OH my iGoogle theme right now is gorgeous

    I love fractals
    and solar systems and stars images of space -- Astronomy Picture of the Day

    Visual things strike me as more fitting of the word 'beautiful' I guess.

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    I love flowers and butterflies and sunsets over water, and any kind of art/architecture/clothing/jewelry that has really intricate designs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Provoker View Post
    Change, and I think the Obama victory was beautiful and inspiring in so far as it shows that anything is possible despite what sensors and pessimists--who fear change of the status quo--say.
    Wow.

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    Difficult question because there are so many beautiful things. Especially in the nature, arts and music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Wow.
    My thoughts exactly.


    I also find music that is very harsh, abrasive, depressive, dark, cavernous, and unsettling to be beautiful.

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    My son.

    The first sunrise of the year.

    A lovers kiss.

    Elderly couples.
    SDMF

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    The fleeting ripples of storm clouds.

    Likewise, ripples and waves in water.

    The stark bleakness of winter.

    Likewise, music with a simplicity of sound.

    Dreams which read like tragic stories, felt as though I am a participant rather than an observer.

    Ephemeral things.


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