Written by Hallie Hadi
us that we forget to appreciate the beauty surrounding us. The world around us has so much to
offer if only we would open our eyes and see the beauty in it. You can leave that negative energy
behind; you don’t have to keep it with you. Allow yourself to appreciate the beauty of the sun’s
beams of a hot Arizona day, the way the fierce wind blows, the sounds of noisy traffic, etc. Find
the silver lining in adversity, embrace your pain, and view endings as fresh beginnings. You will
discover serenity inside yourself and in the world once you recognize the beauty in everything.
Find the Good in the Bad
We often encounter tragedy in our lives; it is inescapable, so why not try to see the good in the
bad? It is natural for humans to face difficulties. Sometimes we may feel as if we are constantly
bombarded by the negativity surrounding us, whether on the news or right in front of our eyes.
Tragedy can transform our thoughts and even our lives. It’s at these moments that finding beauty
might seem the most challenging. To see the good in the bad, we can train ourselves to put it in
perspective and focus on the good – e.g., embracing a moment of silence to yourself, looking at
your surroundings, cherishing the moments with your loved ones, or even the beauty within
yourself. Give it a shot, and you will see a difference!
Know That Suffering has a Use
One cannot hide from Suffering; it is part of our lives. However, there is always something on the other side of Suffering. This includes gratitude and lessons learned. We are grateful that we have another chance to become better, and we find ways to prevent it later. This makes the world truly beautiful in the end.
Document How You’re Feeling
This can be done by writing in a notebook, drawing, singing, etc. It is essential to keep in terms
with the people we used to be. Documenting helps us find a part of ourselves to stay in touch
with who we were once. Finding beauty in our world starts with coming to terms or
understanding who we are and our position in the world.
Find Connectivity in What Blooms Naturally
while enjoying the shade of a tree, the fresh air, and truly immersing yourself in it. We can relate to it;
for instance, a flower gives such natural fixings about us. By blooming, we can tell a lot about
what it’s like to live and how realistic it is to become.
Redirect Your Breath
This action is known to awaken compassion. It reverses our human logic by avoiding pain, sorrow and searching for pleasure instead. This practice challenges one to breathe in any
suffering, e.g., sadness, anger, and disappointments, and breathe out what you’d rather have in
the world. This practice makes one feel effective and promising.