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What Is The Most Beautiful 'Thing' In The World?

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Mike E.04/08/2018 20:24:44
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True reciprocated Love.

Speedy Builder504/08/2018 20:25:56
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As its 36 deg C here, a cold bottle of beer takes some beating.

Mick Henshall04/08/2018 20:26:19
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Waking up in the morning taking a breath and thinking hurrah another day on the planet

Mick

3404604/08/2018 20:35:27
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Compassion.

Mick B104/08/2018 20:40:07
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Because needs vary with time and circumstance, and beauty is a subjective attribute, there can be no definitive answer.

And you knew that.
Mick B104/08/2018 20:55:51
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Posted by Mick Charity on 04/08/2018 20:44:40:
Posted by Mick B1 on 04/08/2018 20:40:07:
Because needs vary with time and circumstance, and beauty is a subjective attribute, there can be no definitive answer.

And you knew that.

OK then smartarse.

What's the best day of your life?

Perhaps it should be the day I was born, but like everyone else I don't remember that.

For the same reason as my first reply, I can't answer that, and only people who come upon sudden exceptional joy after a long period of unhappiness can do so validly.

And you knew that, too.

Bazyle04/08/2018 21:28:05
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The girl of my dreams.

An yes it is appropriate to call her a thing as she is unfortunately a figment of my imagination.

V8Eng04/08/2018 21:29:48
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Removed because I called somebody a thing, wrong.

Edited By V8Eng on 04/08/2018 21:31:14

richardandtracy04/08/2018 21:50:48
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Most beautiful 'thing'. There can only be one answer.

The view across Alaska and the Yukon from ''The Top of the World Highway' near the settlement of 'Chicken' in Alaska in late autumn (end of August). The highway runs along a ridge and you can see 50 miles at least on either side. The only indication of humans is the road. It's totally devoid of human made sound. The V shaped valleys in late autumn are cloaked in gold and scarlet as the leaves of the willow scrub change, interspersed with the sparce black stubble of centuries old pine trees struggling to make 5ft high. It is the most beautiful place (thing) I have ever seen. Absolutely breathtaking, but such moments are fleeting in such a wild area, the very fact that makes such jewel like memories.

Regards,

Richard.

Ed Duffner04/08/2018 21:56:23
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Gravity !

Mike E.04/08/2018 22:18:24
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Posted by Mick Charity on 04/08/2018 20:45:43:
Posted by Mike E. on 04/08/2018 20:24:44:

True reciprocated Love.

I guess you've already thought about it.

Can I ask "what was the best day of your life"?

The day my sight began to return after five months of blindness, 24 years ago.

Brian Sweeting04/08/2018 22:20:33
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Going against V8eng but ...

Simple, a new born baby - human or animal. They are amazing.

Edited By Brian Sweeting on 04/08/2018 22:22:27

Rik Shaw04/08/2018 22:46:15
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Marmite on toast.

Rik

Alan Waddington 204/08/2018 22:58:56
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46velocette-kss-r.jpgAt one time i would have automatically posted a picture of a woman.......guess im getting oldsmile p

Ady105/08/2018 00:00:10
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A perfect nights sleep is hard to beat

V8Eng05/08/2018 00:02:06
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The smell of newly wet grass after long dry weather.

Hopper05/08/2018 07:31:02
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The most beautiful thing in the world would be the world.

The most beautiful man-made thing in the world that I have seen is the Taj Mahal.

richard 205/08/2018 08:14:10
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I am a 24/7 carer for a friend who has Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

and the best thing is when I see him first thing in the morning and he

says "hello" and grins at me when stumbling his way to the bathroom.

In that time I've had a heart attack and am on haemodialysis three

mornings per week.

By the way - I'm 86.

richard 2.

Daniel05/08/2018 08:33:21
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Giving someone the help they need, when they need it.

Listening to Crowder singing Glorious Day, at the mo'.

The world still is a beautiful place

Brian Wood05/08/2018 10:04:08
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Richard,

I think it rather splendid that you are able to act as a carer at that venerable age, well done. I am someway behind you in the count and beginning to be aware of the limitations that anno domini brings in it's wake.

Regards

Brian

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