Gregory De Brauwer (27/11/94 / Antwerp)
Wednesday May 8 2013, 12: 01: 48
Be willing to see the beauty in something,
wherever it may be found.
To Look past the thorns of a rose bush to smell the sweetness of the flower.
To gaze upon the moon and stars for too long
to be fearful of the night.
To change your perspective on certain things that suddenly hold more meaning.
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