That which is unseen (which is over-looked, as opposed to overseen) is unloved. And that which is unloved becomes unlovely over time through neglect, though not irredeemably so. All that is needed is love, and all that is necessary for love is to notice—really notice—to give attention, to wonder at the gift of this thing, be it a flower or a stone, a forgotten corner of the city or a human being. Attend!
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