Thursday, December 17, 2009

Is there an argument that Beauty is NOT ONLY in the eye of the beholder?

We are often told that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But I wonder if this is not an over-simplification. Surely some things are beautiful regardless of our response to that beauty. Is there not a case to be made for completely objective beauty?Is there an argument that Beauty is NOT ONLY in the eye of the beholder?
Facial configuration and characteristics determine the classical beautiful face. An equal ration from hairline to brow, to below nostril to jawline denotes a well formed face regardless of ethnicity, colour or racial variants.

If God were to redefine the entire human race with this classic shaped face of genders, man鈥檚 lifestyle, nutrition, inner peace, mental agility, responses to adversity, economic background and resilience to adversity will etch its mark upon the facial contours. Further studies say three decades later would not only substantiate this theory but also bear evidence upon the face of each individual.

Peace is the greatest contributor to health, inner illumination and outer radiance. Love is the greatest tonic. Individuals in love exude a glorious allure, brilliance and polished natural beauty.

Love and Peace then are the greatest determiners of Beauty.Is there an argument that Beauty is NOT ONLY in the eye of the beholder?
Beauty is beauty........ other wise the ugly word have not borned. For the word argument............. this word is for argument only..... not only beauty but if you start arguing any matter it is always for the sake of argument. Those who say beauty is only in eye of beholder....... means they want the other face smiling and it is better. However God have made every thing beautiful in globe, what we are admiring is only comperison between one and other.
Ture beauty is more than the apperarence. It includes the aura of a person. A person can radiate beauty. The spirit and soul of a person can also be beautiful.

There is also a thing called Chemistry.when one person meets another one. Science hasn't figured this out the why of it. It just is.

Back to the eye of the beholder. It has a great deal wiith what a person values when they see beauty.. It is very subjective.

Our up bringing can give us expectations of what beauty is.

We can also make decision to meet a person and look for something beyond what they see..
It depends on how you define beauty.

A big hairy tarantula may not seem beautiful to other than another tarantula but as a piece of art,try to duplicate it.

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