What do you see? Do you only have eyes for the color of the petals? Do you see the stem they’re attached to? Do you know the sting of the thorn? Do you get lost in the delicate fragrance? Do you envision the gardener who tended the soil? Or the landowner who hoped to create a beautiful landscape? Do you imagine the store where the rose bush was sold or the farm where the original plant was grown? Isn’t what we see based on the limit of our willingness to look beyond our experience of the moment? Here’s what Schopenhauer had to say…


A quote by Arthur Schopenhauer: "Every man takes the limits of his own..."

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Broaden your horizons. Sit back. Take a breath. Now see it differently.



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