If we look, we can find beauty in everything and in everyone. Take a day and practice finding the beauty. Literally focus all your conscious attention on recognizing the beauty before you throughout the day. Find the beauty in your job, even if it’s one you don’t enjoy—appreciate what are you learning, even if it’s not necessarily what you want. Does the job provide for you and your family—even if you feel it’s not enough? Find the beauty in every person that passes you—maybe it’s their eyes, maybe their walk, maybe their demeanor—everyone, yes everyone, has the ability to give you a new incite into life and a new appreciation for others. Maybe, observing another person, you recognize some qualities within yourself that you would like to change. What a gift that reflection of you is that allows you to learn more about you want to become. Find the beauty in your surroundings—perhaps a flower is in bloom; maybe you have a safe roof over your head; or it’s just a picture of your family on your dresser. Open your eyes to what is right before you in any moment; you have the power to see the glass as half-full or half-empty. Which do you choose? Where you focus your attention will determine the quality of your life. If you focus on that which you have, you will enjoy a quality of life filled with abundance. If you focus on what you lack, the quality of your life will reflect a life filled with inadequacy. If you look, you can find beauty in everything and in everyone. Today, in every interaction, practice finding the beauty in the experience.