Beauty to me is of course outward beauty, But the most important beauty is in someone's heart.
Beauty comes from the heart.
I see beauty of the environment where there are trees and flowers.
I see beauty in a person where they shower help to those in need.
I see beauty in the world where people try their best to preserve greenery.
In my eyes, these are all beauty to me.
Like most things, there is no simple answer. Beauty must be broken down into at least two components.
There is the outward appearance, be it a person, a horse, a forest, a painting, a diamond or anything. Something that is pleasing to the senses, be it a beautiful woman, the scent of fresh cut flowers, the sweet smell after a rain, the touch of a furry animal or the sound of the birds singing their songs in the morning.
The next part is the intangible beauty. Is the beautiful woman concerned with helping others or more concern with her own looks. Do the sweet smelling flowers cause adverse skin reactions. Does the furry animal bite and to do birds destroy your gardens as they eat the seeds.
It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. That may be true. I think beauty lies in the mind of the beholder as its combines, subtracts and calculate all the physical, mental and emotional characteristics of a person, animal or object to determine if it is really beautiful.
A beautiful face, can hide ugly thoughts. Beauty as they say is only skin deep. Real beauty is a combination of all parts. Using this approach, even a blind person can identify beauty, where a sighted person may be distracted.
Beauty for me is something that gives me inner peace, good mood , endless joy and motivation to face life.
Beauty is honesty and openness. It is patience and acceptance. Beauty is a passion and compassion, and all the truly precious things about a peron that burst through any exterior appearance, however your aesthetic might viscerally receive it, and blinds you to all that is superficial with a light the glows - that BEAMS - from a person who is determined - who *craves* - to make this world a better and happier place.
I could go into beauty being the love my husband gives or I could say it's the flowers or the blue sky. But to me, the true meaning of beauty is something that can melt the iciest of hearts. It is the smile of my niece when she sees we showed up to her award ceremony, the shock and self accomplishment in her eyes when she gets and award she didn't count on. Beauty is the kisses and hugs my two mentally delayed nephews give me in the morning when they excitedly exclaim that I am awake. It's the way my nephew Jon holds my arm as he watching in amazement as Fantasia plays across the screen. It's the little chipmunk giggle my nephew Joe gives, and the one from the bottom of his stomach when something is truly funny. It's the way he exclaims "BESTIE" when I walk in the house. To me, beauty is the pure, untainted love that a child has to offer even in the smallest smile, hug or laugh.
If you have a loving heart-----
If you are kind and compassionate not only to your immediate family, but every fellow human being, every living creature----
If you feel pain when someone is hurt and depressed---
If you are able to sacrifice your own interest for others---
I think that person is beautiful, even if he/ she may not be beautiful physically.
Beauty is a reflection an object casts in your soul and emotions. Depending on your state of emotions and where you are standing, the reflections the object emits is what is described as beauty
As truly said “Beauty lies on the eyes of a beholder”. Beauty is something which cannot be expressed in words it can only be felt and admired.
by Yves 22 months ago
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by brittvan22 6 years ago
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by Kevin Peter 7 months ago
Who do you think is the most beautiful woman in the world?Choices of people are different and I wish to know who is loved by most of the people.
by qwark 7 years ago
Ya gotta be kidding?Who did she pay to judge that?Her very unattractive "arse" has gotten so "chunky" I don't think ya could float her under a bridge!We Americans have a weird sense of female beauty!Just my opinion.Yours?Qwark
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
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