We learn from the trees, the flowers, and the blades of grass in a continuous flow of revelation. In this sense, we discover that within humans a devotion to “enlightened nature” exists. We begin to see aspects of the aesthetic of the fadeur (the bland or the tasteless) that François Jullien has recently discussed in illustrating the processes of the unveiling of nature. It is the spirit of the form that is grasped in the act of contemplation. In the beauty of the landscape, we discover that we are pilgrims in a world of dreams and light.