Life lesson – Beauty

You might wonder where have I been with my life lessons? yes, I have asked the same to myself, well yes. I did! in front of the mirror and I found the answer. It is the reality, it hit me hard, harder, or hardest. Sigh! never mind. Let’s get into topic.

Beauty:- What is beauty? is it overrated? is it a hypocrite behaviour? If yes? why the beauty market industry is still at the top despite of wearing masks? people can save a fortune! isn’t it true? Well, I am not really against beauty products or makeup. We need beauty, we need beauty products, and we need make up too. Then what is this all about beauty? can we attain a beauty without beauty products? ofcourse it is not natural! isn’t it? NO! The quote was not said simply, it had a deeper meaning when it was said “Beauty lies in the eyes of a beholder”

Beauty lies in the eyes of a beholder – said by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford . Now this is my complete assumption. This was said by a woman and she didn’t sport a long hair and her eyebrows were thin, I didn’t sense any makeup. See! This is the problem. When the word beauty comes, our first thought goes to a woman and her long hair and the beautiful eye lashes, eye shadow, lipstick, and is it completely a gender oriented? no! Beauty means? well, Google it. You’ll end up reading lot of answers. Let me help you understand it.

Beauty is not about skin, hair, clothing, or the structure or a particular gender. As I mentioned a quote above, beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. It’s true, what I call as a beauty may not be liked by you and your ideology of beauty is not same as me or others. In simple words beauty is not defined, but also wrongly defines in society. Is it true? hell yeah! I said, to me. Your opinions doesn’t matter? no it matters, but to you need to deliver it on the comment section, so that I could read your mind comments.

Where is beauty? how can I find? it’s in your head, yes! beauty is in your mind. Beauty means a lot. For a readers and writers books and their thoughts are a beauty, for space science lover a planet, a star dust, a black hole is a beauty, for a math student solving theorems is beauty, for a fashion designer the fabric brings him beauty, for a cosmetic the one that wears their product defines beauty and for an artist all of their artwork is a beauty. And what really happened was beauty was shared, beauty was shared across generations and was taught “that”(irrelavent stuff) is a beauty.

Let’s come on to a conclusion, what is a beauty? Beauty lies in the eyes of a beholder. This is only my assumption of my point of view. I respect each of your point of view and suggestions and I would be grateful to read your opinions.

Thanks for reading ✨🤗

10 thoughts on “Life lesson – Beauty

  1. Thanks for sharing your views Gibberish ✨🤗Yes, beauty is not about black or white or the cosmetics, it lies in our perspective, the way we see it, the way we perceive it. Have a lovely week Gibberish 😍

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  2. Beauty lies in the eyes of a beholder, this much is true. In the Philippines (and Korea too, I heard it from a Korean) being white as pearl is ideal beauty, they’d go so far as spend a fortune to buy pills to get another shade whiter.
    While in the west and country dominated by white people, my husband too, can’t gush enough how beautiful tan skins are. Here people stay long in the beach, sprawled under the sun just to get a tiny bit darker. See, Beauty lies in the eyes of a beholder. haha 😄

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  3. 😄😄It is very true, for each of them, being something they really not, is funny😅 a cat can do make up and pretend to be a tiger? 😂😝😜 it’s still a cat!!😼😻. Again it’s our people that push the generation to learn being something they are not is the real beauty 😁 Beauty lies in the eyes on the beholder 😍 I’ll stick with this point 🤗🤗 Have a lovely day 😍 did you sleep yet? then I should day good night ✨😜

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