What would life be if nothing surprised us. It is appropriate to preserve the capacity for wonder, both in the good and in the bad. If in the face of erroneous, unusual, unjust and absurd situations, we stop being amazed, it is that society is on the wrong track. Nor should we lose the ability to be surprised by beauty, by unexpected gestures, by the small details that we encounter in life. Feeling awe makes life definitely have more flavor and sense.
“I have a great capacity for admiration, surprise and curiosity,
which are the three things that define childhood the most.“
Posted as part of Lens-Artists: Surprise