It means, different people have different opinions of what beauty is.
To some people, beauty might be a peice of art, to others,
beauty might be music.
beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Shakespeare wrote a similiar sentiment.What does the phrase 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder' mean?
people perceive things very differently. Some think beauty is outside,some think its inside. Some times 2 people see the same person. One says ';isn't he handsome'; The other says '; If you like fish';.. We see things differently. And I thank god for that..What does the phrase 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder' mean?
I find fat people beautiful. You may not.
Beauty is what you think beauty is.
It can be for anything.
I like trashy ghetto neighborhoods, they make for beautiful art. you may not think so.
just some examples =)
Beauty is seen differently by everyone. What one person would consider beautiful (like certain paintings) may be viewed as offensive or ugly by another person. This quote though was primarily used for a person. What one person thought was a beautiful child another thought was a horrible, or ugly child.
it means that the it doesn't matter that other people think... the person observing(you) is the only person who has the right to to judge what is beautyful %26amp; what is not beautyful to you.
being beautiful does not mean you are a good person
Beauty, like a lot of other things, is subjective. What one person finds breathtakingly beautiful, another may think is simply ';so-so';...or worse.
If you asked 10 different people for their definition of ';beauty';, you'd probably get 10 different answers (although there might be a few common points. For example, I've yet to meet someone who thinks that bad hygiene -- rotting teeth, body odor, greasy hair -- is beautiful!).
And don't forget: different cultures have different ';standards'; by which they measure ';beauty';.
Beauty is subjective... One can see the Effeil tower as a beautiful monument, others may see it as a pimple in the middle of Paris