The past is always greener.
(I want to clarify what this means. “The grass is always greener on the other side” is an idiom meaning “other circumstances seem more desirable than one’s own but in reality often are not.” I feel as though this can apply to the past, too.)
This stitched loveletter is from the hand of British lettering artist Rosalind Wyatt. She stitched a Sanskrit / Indian love poem onto a lacy linen cloth and claims her work is about words. “The ‘sound’ of them, the ‘feel’ of them and the forming of letters.
Details of lowercase i from untitled typeface.