Unforesen Beauty Temple Grandin Analysis

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Unforeseen Beauty There is beauty in all of us, a beauty that some of us have already figured out. Sometimes that beauty is unforeseen through us, other times that beauty is seen differently. For example, in Seeing in Beautiful, Precise Pictures, the author, Temple Grandin, tells us his view of slaughter houses, and how they can be viewed through his eyes by using the beautiful gift he has been given from God. The gift of Autism. While reading his "This I Believe" passage, it caught me off guard. I tried to put myself in his shoes, but only went so far. I did, however, find it beautiful how he expressed himself through that essay and portrayed his passion for that industry. Another example would be from A Duty to Heal, the author, Pius

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