IT'S IN JUST ABOUT ANYTHING
All living things are caught in the relentless struggle for existence. Whereas the art of man encompass no such purpose. The autonomous nature of art has a force at times greater than the will of its creator; but is essentially useless in aids of his survival. Art is independent of reason but has its logic. It has no practical function yet is essential to evolution. Ultimately art is no more than an abstract concept concerning only itself. The characteristic of art is distinctively human. Through which it separates man from the law of existence and unto the realm of the sublime, where one can see all lives are one, and beauty is in just about anything.
Septuple dot one's i's and octuple cross one's t's over and again till you get there.
his deliverance of knowledge from servitude to the will, this forgetting of the individual self and its material interest, this elevation of the mind to the will-less contemplation of truth, is the function of art. --Schopenhauer