When you see something really beautiful, how do you respond? Express in 1 to 3 words!
Thank you, God! A beautiful scene or moment make me so thankful. My heart overflows with gratitude.
My 3 - word phrase is quite common and is simply... Thank you God!
A thing of beauty is a joy forever and we automatically thank God, when we come across something beautiful.
I completely agree with your response. Thank you John Connor!
We know it is Him behind it; especially, in contrast to the sheer ugliness of His absence... I think of J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings example of Saruman's treeless, almost clear-cut like, or the antithesis of Eden creation...
Very true, John Connor! Agree with you completely.
Silence is often my first response because my heart is overwhelmed with the truths found in Bible verses about creation, then perhaps I might say, "How beautiful!"
Wow, it's amazing!!! or sometimes "wow, that's wonderful" These will be my expression in words.
I get all carried away in life. So I need a little mantra to slow down and let beauty soak in: Stop Eric Breathe
Wow, that's wonderful, Eric. I like your response.
Beautiful answer, Ericdierker!
Shows your compassionate and emotional side and you are gifted with this. Thank you for answering!
When I see something really beautiful, I would immediately say "Amazing!"
I get really happy and feel butterflies in my stomach and it makes me feel so full of love. It makes my day and makes me feel happy all day long.
I smile inside. )))))))))))
Beauty makes the world a better place, without beauty we would be wilder and savager. Really beautiful things are blessings, they can make your day feel special.
Thank you Dylan Graf!
Great answer , in fact a 'Wow' response. Thank you!
Sorry for the interruption but I just have to know. What do you mean by "no problem", I just do not get the use of this term. Obviously there was not a problem -- so why is it such a popular term?
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