Sunday, December 13, 2009

What does the saying ''beauty is in the eye of the beholder'' mean?

someone might be beautiful in your eyes but not someone elses. you may see something in someone and your friend may not.

it kinda makes sense this way

if you think ';in the eye of the beholder'; beholder means basically you so in your eyes or ';the beholder'; who ever it maybe. so in your eyes or the way someone see things in this case ';beauty';What does the saying ''beauty is in the eye of the beholder'' mean?
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder:鈥?/a>

';Beauty is in the eye of the beholder'; - Origin:

This saying first appeared in the 3rd century BC in Greek. It didn't appear in its current form in print until the 19th century, but in the meantime there were various written forms that expressed much the same thought. In 1588, the English dramatist John Lyly, in his

Euphues and his England.鈥?/a>

Beauty in eyes of beholder, study confirms:

WASHINGTON: When it comes to something pleasant, it seems that the phrase ';easy on the eyes'; may hold more truth than earlier believed, for a study has found that objects or people appear more attractive when the mind can process their looks faster.鈥?/a>

Scientists ponder beauty and the eye of the beholder:

Evidence increasingly suggests the human brain is hard-wired for aesthetics. does the saying ''beauty is in the eye of the beholder'' mean?
Well since we are all different and have different opinions, our definition of 'beauty' or what is beautiful is unique - i.e what I think is beautiful may not be beautiful in other people's eyes...
You may not think a person is beautiful but another person does,,everyone see people differently.
it means just trust to yourself,your the holder of your own beauty!

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