This sentence implies a life attitude, a simple philosophy in daily life. However, as we often compare beauty to an art work, beauty is, in the first place, supposed to create aesthetic sense. Can we call a pile of garbage "natural beauty", even which contains much nutrients? So, in my opinion, beauty should be a good (if we cannot reach 'perfection') match of the elegance outside and the richness inside. Actually, this can be attributed to the question "how men appreciate women"! Someone argue that it is a lie when a man tells his lover "I do not care how pretty you are..." What do you think?
Although the face is neat and nice to look at (so is the Mona Lisa) the light in the heart completely overrides it.
Said the man in the bar right before he added, "I'd do her."
Yes, of course. That's how nature works, after all - nature and evolution.
I wonder, from an evolutionary point of view, when men will complete their journey.
Never, I think. While it is probably true that the weaker sex topped out millenia ago, men will climb to the stars in their greatness.
Looking, as always, for beauty wherever they go - leave a picture or two around, why don't you?
I'll ask the op to do so. She looks like the whole package to me.
But very little face. Just a big pink blouse - faces are better, particularly when beauty is involved.
by NikenDiana 11 years ago
for me : Beauty is not from the face...beauty is a light in the heart ..agree ???
by Pamela Oglesby 4 weeks ago
Rosina has written an interesting article about her father's struggles with heart attacks. Take time to read her story.https://hubpages.com/literature/My-Dads … nt-Journey
by Maricar M. Jolo 8 years ago
Yehey...... I did this using an Android app named Text for Pictures- which I download from Playstore.
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