Listening to a famous piece of classical music, Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, for a college course, I thought something like, “Okay, that’s pretty, and I recognize it.” However, my music appreciation professor, Dr. Michael Rose, later unraveled the piece in class, taking me on an exciting tour of it. Since that time, this piece of music has given me a lifetime of joy, because my teacher enabled me to see a lot of new things about it. Joseph Pieper talks about that kind of ability to see in “An Eye for Things Overlooked” (CUA Primer, pages 17–18). Pieper says that creating art teaches a person to look more closely at things and see new facets of them. Have your ever experienced a way in which creating something helped you see the world more richly?