is in the Eye of the Beholder
people look for external beauty, and they
forget about feelings.
Melendez from Venezuela
is a proverb that says: Beauty is in the eye of
the beholder. I think it is true. This means
that something or someone is beautiful, depending
on the person who is looking.
example, if my child draws a picture, using many
colors and asymmetrical lines, and writes down,
"Dad, I love you", I think that it is beautiful.
But if another person looks at the picture, he may
think, "It's good, but my son drew a better
example is in art. If I look at a painting by a
famous artist, it is possible that I can't
understand it and think it's ugly, but if another
person such as a famous painter sees it, he will
surely say that it is beautiful.
think people judge beauty just in relationship to
themselves. If I wear casual clothes to my job, the
people who like wearing formal clothes might say
that I look ugly.
proverb says: Love is blind. An
example is between persons. If I like a girl and
fall in love with her, for me she is beautiful; but
for another man she can be unattractive. I remember
the end of the movie, Planet of Apes. When
Charlton Heston kissed an ape, she (the ape) told
him that she accepted him, but thought he was
beauty opens locked doors. Many people look for
external beauty, and they forget about feelings.
But in the end, when the beauty is over, the same
doors will be closed.
More on beauty:
Beauty is the Real
Important are Good
Search of Beauty
about beauty: International
Folktales about Beauty
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