“Beauty also becomes possible . . .”

Beauty also becomes possible, as you see in prehistoric cave paintings.  Creatures from a very low level enjoy and appreciate sensory stimulation.  In that sense they find a scene (though not quite a “scene” for them yet) “beautiful.”  But true appreciation of beauty is seeing an ideal form in something material.  What they are drawing on cave walls are ideal bulls.

“I have seen those drawings.  They are amazing.”

Study the cave paintings and other artifacts.  They respond to, reflect, how I was presenting Myself to them.  You will be able to see or infer what My experience was like, what I was trying to do.


3 thoughts on ““Beauty also becomes possible . . .”

  1. Letitia Reply

    Beauty is not something we can see, so to speak. It’s comes from the inside of one and passed on to another. Beauty is unconditionally giving, loving, smiling, caring, helping….and the list goes on!

    1. Jerry L Martin Reply

      Recently, I saw a very attractive young woman in a work setting – the sort that turns heads. A moment later I saw the surly, condescending look on her face – she was the kind of woman who jerks men around and is mean to other women. From that instant on, I did not find her attractive at all, quite the reverse. When I was young, Eleanor Roosevelt was still alive. She was a real ugly duckling and knew it. But she had one of the world’s largest loving hearts and was sought after for magazine covers. It was a joy to look at her.

      1. Letitia Reply

        Beauty is not just skin deep and as you said the one who was beautiful(to the eyes) was really ugly deep down and vice-versa. I so agree with you! I’ve met some really physically ugly people who were the absolute sweetest, loving ones!

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