By Mike Aux-Tinee.
Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.
A child sees it, so does the poet, the dreamer and the artist.
Preoccupation managing an over scheduled modern life has blinded us to beauty. No longer are we excited about beauty, but rather by cell phones with thousands of applications, first person shooter games, social media and the next generation device.
Racing to obtain and consume more has numbed our senses, jaded our perceptions, propelled us towards a future as a cold, uncaring and mechanical being.
Our focus should not be on consumption, but rather focused on time spent reclaiming our curiosity, wonder and to be amazed at the beauty around us.