aspiring to inspiration: the noble death of the cat

Chinon, France

For the first post I would like to outline my intentions.

I am under the impression that beauty is not in the eye of the beholder, and this for the very simple reason that it is in the act of beholding (which requires something to behold). So often we are unaware of our surroundings, the beauty possible in the banal, the oddity found in the everyday. G.K. Chesterton once said, “The world will never starve for lack of wonders, but for lack of wonder.” I say, if curiosity killed the cat, then that cat died nobly. 

Affectionately, Megan Elizabeth

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