You do not subscribe to Puritan Buddhism?alan wrote:Beauty awakens the mind, and develops it. Certainly no one would argue against a mind open to the subtle joys of life? In my opinion, anything that inclines the mind to thoughtful contemplation is a good, and should be celebrated.
You won't get an argument out of me on that.alan wrote:Guess I'm not a puritan, because I think there is value in contemplating beauty. Even more so in creating it.
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