Blindness and Beauty

Just because we cannot always see the true beauty of things, does not mean it is not there. And though we may ourselves sometimes be blind, we may still be beautiful ourselves. There is always more to see, and yet we often already see more than we realize.

“The Blind Girl”; John Everett; 1856.

 

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