|Quiet (sei) tranquillity (jaku); silence, calm, serenity (especially in the midst of activity or chaos).
|The roadlike reflection of moonlight on water
|Time of nightfall, just with the last ray of Sun
|Technically "a baby leaf", but it specifcally means a freshness tenderness, delicateness
|To take a refreshing break outdoors in windy weather
|nature life beauty
|The whistling and pattering of rain or wind
|nature beauty sound
|The glimmer that reflects the sunshine off a wristwatch
|Chaval al hazman (חבל אל הזמן)
|Literally "shame on time"; referring to an amazing experience that you don't want to end
|beauty happiness time
|Lit. wood is ‘leaking’ sunlight; dappled sunlight filtering through leaves.
|A profound, mysterious sense of the beauty of the universe…and the sad beauty of human suffering.
|beauty awareness philosophy
|Looking beautiful after having a disease
|Literally "uncle moon"; referring to the moon when admiring it
|The development of events by chance that result in a beneficial way
|event beauty life
|Someone who loves life deeply
|love life beauty
|An amniotic tranquility of being indoors during a thunderstorm.
|A quality that includes the essential human virtues; compassion and humanity.
|beauty character awareness
|Contains the roots for dosta (a lot) and lepota (beautiful) from Old Bulgarian language. The word literally means full of beauty but it is more like a combination of noble, full of values, beautiful and brave for man and femininity for women. It is very typical to use this word in context of old traditional photos of people where one appreciate the beauty of the past.
|The smell of earth after rain
|The feeling of solitude in the woods
|Finding beauty within the imperfections of life and peacefully accepting the natural cycle of growth and decay.
|“Merit,” “virtue”, “sacred", "good karma", among other things
|The reflection of moonlight or other lights on water
|To rise at dawn in order to go out and listen to the birds sing
|To repair with gold. Understanding that a piece is more beautiful for having broken.
|The deep, distant stretch of the ocean that is still visible from the land; the foreseeable future