We cannot appreciate what we don’t understand.
Consider a game of chess, midway through a match.
An observer unfamiliar with the game may see a chunk of checkered wood with a few figures placed haphazardly atop.
A seasoned chess player may instead see the deep array of patterns connecting the remaining pieces, admiring the subtle strategies in place.
Only when the intricacies are understood does the game become beautiful.
To understand our world is to unlock the beauty within.