Saturday, December 26, 2009

What does a blind person see if...';Beauty is in the eye of the beholder';....?

They see beauty with their touch, hearing and smell and that can be more telling sometimes than seeing. The feel of a beautiful woman, hearing her sweet voice or smelling the scent of her clean smooth skin can arouse feelings that mire site could never accomplish. Your minds eye is more powerful than your actual sight.What does a blind person see if...';Beauty is in the eye of the beholder';....?
Well, it's just a saying, with a point--that perception is subjective. In reality, beauty is in the eye, the ear, the nose, the touch...and the inner feeling, the perception of the vibes given off by others. In other words, everything about a person can be beautiful or otherwise, and a blind person can perceive everything but the visual.What does a blind person see if...';Beauty is in the eye of the beholder';....?
Well, if you think about what beauty is, it's basically when a person finds something appealing, although the detailed definition itself is up to the person. Blind people find things appealing.

People find other people's personalities beautiful, and those are not visible or tangible. that's why beauty can be in the eye of the beholder, even if the beholder is blind. Beauty is something that draws a person to something in some unique way (insert person's unique idea of what else makes up beauty here)
They see hope, I would assume. Being blind doesn't make the beauty in this world as we see it die. I wonder if they have the ability to see beauty in their own frame of reference. Something that us being able to see cannot.

Kind of like I love apple pie but the person next to me may not.
They can see a person past their skin and outward appearance. Looks cannot deceive them. They can sense who is authentic and who is not. Most blind people I've seen and known are very happy people. I guess their view of the people in this world is more positive than most others.
Well they don't 'see' with the eye for sure so my guess is it's totally subjective and about touch, conversation and that which sighted people often miss being captured by the surface reflections.
I think the blind person just sees the person as who the person actually is even if the people who can see think the person is ugly.
Maybe they see that BS they tell to ugly people. You know ';Inner Beauty';! LOL
Something that we all (that have vision) cannot.
See = Feel

do you get it?
I can't top my brother's answer. Way to go Mike.
I would think they would see what really matters....their heart %26lt;3

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