We have been taught what is beautiful, and we are buying this lesson. It is constructed for us and forms paradigms of beauty. This constructed beauty makes a boundary between us and our own intrinsic nature, separates us from appreciating the special qualities that are not reflecting the standards of these paradigms. Through placing constructed beauty outside, as represented by the buster being outside the womb of squash, the completed embrace of one’s own nature is possible. Acceptance of this intrinsic nature allows creative partnership, creativity opens the potential of life.