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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Evening, Wisdom and Beauty

Beauty is the gift of God.
        Aristotle
The human soul needs actual beauty more than bread.
  
  D.H. Lawrence
Peace cannot be kept by force. It can only be achieved by understanding.
        Albert Einstein

14 comments:

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

beautiful shot, it gives ,eaning how wonderful the world is

Kay said...

That last shot looks really magical, Sylvia. Wow!

SandyCarlson said...

Beauty more than bread, for sure! That is what brings me here!

magiceye said...

......beautiful......

Arti said...

Einstien quote is so meaningful in todays world...
And no need to say anything about the pics, they are gorgeous as always...
Have a fabulous week ahead:)

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Not only the quotations you've chosen, but the photos...they take my breath away!!

Thanks for dropping by and paying me a visit yesterday with my shadow shot.

Have a glorious week ahead.

Jo said...

Hi Sylvia, I needed some peace after a hectic morning, and before a busy afternoon. I'm glad I came to your blog- I found it here. Thanks! Blessings. Jo

JM said...

Wonderful skies as usual, Sylvia. And just look at the cool new header! :-)

TexWisGirl said...

always such beauty.

Wanda said...

Sylvia, the eyes are the windows into our hearts, and your pictures have gone from my eyes to my heart, and I feel the beauty and the wisdom...thanks!

George said...

The Einstein quote is only too true. Thanks for sharing some much-needed beauty (and wisdom) with us.

Reader Wil said...

"The human soul needs actual beauty more than bread." Well... You cannot enjoy beauty on an empty stomach, and I know what I am talking about.

Art said...

The pictures are very beautiful!

Carly said...

beautiful, I love the mountain scene!

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