There’s an old saying that architecture is frozen music.* And while that may be true, it doesn’t capture the full story.

Architecture is not just about the static forms of buildings and bridges. It’s also about the dynamic interaction of light and shadow, the play of proportions, and the way spaces come alive when people move through them.

In short, architecture is about creating living environments that enhance the human experience. When done well, it can elevate our moods, connect us to nature, and even inspire us to be our best selves.

People are building structures in their lives every day: personal goals, fitness routines, businesses, habits, relationships, etc.

As you construct your “worlds”, how are you working to enhance your experiences? As you make decisions about how to create what’s next, what are your principles and values, and how will you ensure that they lead to the best possible outcomes?

At the end of the day, we all live inside our own “architecture”, created by ourselves, for ourselves. Take care to make it something beautiful.

*Full quote: “Music is liquid architecture; architecture is frozen music”, by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the 18th-century German writer and statesman.

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