Happy Mind Happy Life Beauty Living

In my experience I started to live in beauty only when I decided to turn off the nasty buzzers. But what about beauty links it to happiness? In The Architecture of Happiness, Alain de Botton weighs the feeling of walking into an “ugly” McDonalds in the Westminster area of London compared to the feeling of entering the “beautiful” Westminster Cathedral across the street. He says that because of the harsh lighting, the plastic furniture, and the cacophonous color scheme (all those bright yellows and reds), one tends to feel immediately “anxious” in the McDonalds. What one feels in the Westminster Cathedral, … Continue reading Happy Mind Happy Life Beauty Living