Beauty is originality, honesty and hard work. I know this sounds corny, but its the inner beauty that matters most. Someone who is humble, and someone who is giving and kind.... that is a truly beautiful person.
Beauty to me is something that invokes pleasure - whether found subtly in intricate designs of nature, or in the bold hues of autumn gold and crimson. Whether in art formed with manmade media, or mountainscapes nestled against a purple sky. Beauty is in the cry of a gull, the crest of a wave or the sun glistening in a placid sea reflection. Beauty is found in the kind gesture of a stranger, or tender embrace of a child.
Beauty surrounds us -- we must meet its gaze.
a clear and honest heart that shares compassion and good wishes toward others, a soul that is caring and expects nothing in return except to be appreciated.
wether it be man or woman or child.. these are a sign of true inner beauty.. for me anyway
Beauty comes from having a lot of integrity and being genuine in how you interact with others. Also, seeing good in others.
Beauty to me is truth, passion and nature. It's the simple things that surround us everyday, the people who make time and actually care for us. It truly is in the eye of the beholder.
Whats on the inside. Compassion, caring, a gentleness and that glow of the inner spirit. Having good looks and a for lack of better words a great body, are nothing if whats on the inside is again for the lack of a better word Ugly.
Beauty comes from the heart, a happy outlook on life and a having a good nature makes someone beautiful.
I find beauty in simplicity...the scent of a flower, the sunshine sparkling on water, a mischievous twinkle in a lover's eye, a thoughtful and kind action, a photo that captures an emotion, the free abandon of a child at play, a poem that lifts the spirit, a song that soothes the soul or excites a person into dance...there are so many things of beauty in this life!
real beauty is not in the eyes,but in the mind, that you need to mind yet
Beauty is something you see with your eyes and you feel from your heart. Your heart will give order to your eyes not to miss for that beauty in single second.
Beauty is the same as symmetry, which is an equal and pleasing balance of all combined parts. Symmetry can be external such as the face, or it can be internal such as personality. It is also found in music, art, and even how a government handles its affairs. Right now, in the United States, we do not have symmetry.
My eyes see it, my spirit acknowledges it and then my soul confirms and seals it.
Vonda G. Nelson
If I defined ... it would be my point of view ...
"Beauty Is ... what defines itself ... needs no Definers."
Beauty is the little things in life. The caress of your lovers hand against your cheek. The look in someones eyes when they open a present you got them. The smell of puppy breath (No idea why I love it.)
Appreciate the small things. They might not be around tomorrow.
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