“Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder” 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. This famous saying implies that everyone has their own definition and recognition of beauty. What is seen as a marvel to one person might be the complete opposite to another, just like a dress that I found very beautiful but my Mum found it not at all nice which explains the saying “One man’s garbage is another man’s treasurer” (Aighearach).Beauty… some people believe that beauty is all physical, having great looks, having all the guys and girls fawning all over you because you are
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Only an unforeseen fate brings them together again and sets them on the path to mutual healing and love. At last, Anne was able to look beyond the outside ugliness of Sydnam and see his inner beauty. There is one thing I noticed in almost all these novels, if the guy should tell a girl that she was beautiful, it really touches her heart because it either she been the prettiest girl around or if she has been, she has only been called HOT, SEXY and things like that but never beautiful. She becomes beautiful to him because he has gotten to know her, he has seen her real self, and that that she hides from the rest of the world. He brings out the beauty in her.
Inner Beauty radiates from our uniqueness and talents. Those who just want to be like everyone without looking for their own talents, special abilities that make them stand out from the whole world are the ugly ones. Why?! You may as. Well, it’s because if you act like everyone of like a particular someone, then you are not yourself. Some people don’t like who they are or what they represent, one thing they don’t know is that those are the qualities that make you who you are now. If you are not yourself, your character changes, you look so fake and all that “Beauty” you are trying to posses all become fake because it is not who you are more like what you view as the perfect you. You become either