“Everything has beauty but not everyone sees it.”Confucius
Beauty is not inherit in people or objects but rather a subjective experience that is dependent on the observer.
What one person may find beautiful, another may not see as beautiful at all. It is important to be open-minded and to see the beauty in everything around us, even in things that may not be conventionally considered beautiful.
Beauty is not only found in the things we typically associate with it, like art, nature, or people, but can also be found in the mundane and ordinary. Consider the sound of rain falling on a tin roof. While some people may find the sound irritating or unpleasant, others may find it soothing and calming.
Our ability to see beauty is often limited by our own biases and perceptions. We may overlook or dismiss something as unappealing or ugly simply because it doesn’t fit within our preconceived notions of what is beautiful. By recognizing that beauty is subjective and can be found in unexpected places, we can broaden our perspective and gain a deeper appreciation for the world around us.
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