It's amazing how much I take for granted the things I see every day. For a while I had an opportunity to live in London. I worked in a mental health facility there, and five days a week on my way to work I walked through the courtyard of St. Paul's Cathedral. Saint Paul's has been an important part of London's landscape since 1697. On my first day to work, I remember thinking, "Wow, I can't believe I walk through the courtyard of this amazing building on my way to work!" I gazed longingly at each and every detail - soaking it all in. By month three of walking through that courtyard two times a day, five days a week, I barely even looked up - as if I was walking past a newspaper stand. The once-beauty of this amazing cathedral had become commonplace.