Keats in his poem ‘Endymion’ finds beauty in all things. In reality beauty is a combination of qualities that please our senses. A thing of beauty strikes our inner urge. It compels us to praise it. The multicolours of rainbow and different coloured roses leave an everlasting impres­sion on our heart and mind, but both disappear. A beautiful thing light­ens our burdens of sorrows. It cheers up our spirits. God has scattered this beauty all around us. He has left upon us for the appreciation of these things. Beautiful art works and objects of nature are source of joy. We can feel, touch and understand them, but this needs practice. This is very true that beautiful things are always source of inspiration. Even the beauty can also be felt. We should respond to the beauty, which is gifted to us by the nature.