To make difficult things simple,

that’s the ultimative riddle.

To convert the unknown

to the known

in a way no one has ever thought before,

that’s the most beautiful lore.

Can you dare to think the impossible,

to solve the things

they told you

were unsolvable?

Originality;

or merely the combination of thoughts

that were thought before,

they become beautiful, even more…

Generality

and individuality;

Holism

and reductionism…

But, my friends,

what is (mathematical) beauty

even supposed

to be?

Starting with as few assumptions

as possible,

generating solutions

as easy as solvable;

Generalizing solutions

to solve similar issues;

shaping conclusions;

the implication continues…

That, my dear friends,

is why mathematics never ends;

Driven by beauty;

that’s the mathematician’s most joyful duty.