Do you ever feel like it's hard to look past all the darkness and grief in the world? Like no matter where you turn, all you're met with is sadness and tragedy? Well, if you stop and think about it, it's not that hard to realize that we're actually surrounded by beauty. Despite its flaws, the world is a wondrous place, filled with amazing things. So, I want you to think of the most gorgeous, stunning, jaw-dropping sight you've ever seen, and share it with the rest of us! Okay, it doesn't have to be something life changing or epiphany inducing, just something that's made you stop and say "Wow... That's beautiful." even if just for a short while. The most beautiful sight I can think of is the summer house in the countryside that my parents used to own, and the surrounding area. The house itself is quite large, and it's painted pink with black corners. Around the house is a large, rectangular yard, and facing the different sides of it are a meadow, a forest, and a dirt road. Past the dirt road is a cow pasture, where cattle pass their lives by slowly moving from one patch of grass to graze to another. The pasture is set at a slight incline, and at the bottom of it is a small lake. There's also a river a bit into the forest, and if you stay perfectly quiet for a while, you can hear it rippling. I think it's the most beautiful sight I've ever seen, because there's something so otherworldly serene about it. It's a patch of nature that's been almost untouched by humans, and both flora and fauna contribute to its beauty. Also, some of my happiest memories are set with that place as their backdrop, so I'm probably largely biased because of it. Even though the house had to be sold when my grandma passed away, whenever I think about it, a smile spreads across my face, and I think "Wow... That's beautiful". So, what's the most beautiful sight you've ever laid eyes on? Is it something in your neighborhood? Is it a place you've only seen on TV, or in your dreams? Is it something that doesn't even exist on this planet? No matter what it is, share it!