Beauty Really Exists : Beauty. What is beauty? A question that keeps all philosophers, observers and sages awake at night, trying to find a definition that fits all kinds. But beauty exists independently and exclusively, contrary to every definition used to define it. Said Confucius:- “Everything has beauty but not everyone can see it.” It seems legit, but even so, that doesn’t stop everyone from developing their own beauty ideas.
Convincing ideas, explainable ideas and interesting ideas. And among all assumptions, preconceived notions, and prejudices, beauty must have lost its meaning. From being a pleasure to the soul, to beauty, to being a weapon to demean those with perfect curves, attractive skin tones, hair types or facial features, practice-based judgments are initiated by evil people with the intent to feel superior simply because they are blessed with features.
Mentioned above. And this definition of beauty has become a tactic to garner fame, attention, respect, superiority and create the illusion of knowing that beauty is the most deserving delusion.
And this definition of beauty perceived by opportunists has created divisions in society. The former are people with a perfect set of bodily features who claim their superiority based on their luck from proper DNA regulation and the others, who are left behind in this race live lives based on their dignity and virtues while maintaining them in the end. line and leave them wishing if they could be beautiful.
My goal here is not to disparage people for being attractive, but to analyze the concepts that have pushed us all so far to degrading goals. To quote the famous writer John Green:- “It always seems very silly to me, that people want to be around someone because they are beautiful. It’s like choosing your breakfast cereal based on color, not taste.
” The words are so well put together that it feels wonderful to read all at once. But the question is how many people were affected by these words and made changes in their lives. And here again I ask my own answer questions about beauty.
‘Feels beautiful’. Is beauty an object to be seen and measured, is beauty a feeling to be felt or is beauty an idea to be worked on? With every possible answer to the question at hand, we get more and more questions.
For a mother her child or for example every child is beautiful as usual. For an artist whose art speaks volumes about his excellence, beauty lies anywhere or everywhere. For a snake charmer, beauty lies in the skin and eyes of a snake. For a psychopath, beauty lies in the curves of his prey and how he trembles when he announces his fate.
For a beauty engineer lies in the design he makes. For a doctor, beauty lies in the surrender of a newborn baby to its mother. For business people, beauty lies in a numbers game. For a model’s beauty lies in her curves and facial expressions.
So many ideas, feelings and explanations. And somehow they never seem to intersect.
According to the famous poet John Keats:- ‘A thing beautiful is a joy forever: its beauty increases; it will never pass into nothingness.’ I wish I could challenge this statement because while reading this I feel so many memories flowing back in support of this. Remembering the times when I held a baby in my arms and it refused to let me hold me tight. Seeing an older couple who by society’s standards are not beautiful or rich holding hands while walking.
Get a text from someone telling you they love you and the curve that forms on your cheek. You might confuse it all with love or affection, but this is all beauty if my beauty ideas are correct. I can really think of so many examples and examples to back up my claim. But it’s not about convincing other people of my beauty ideas.
This is an attempt to limit the evolving ideas of beauty because sometimes some mysteries shouldn’t be revealed and some answers shouldn’t be told as much as we deny them, we live for the surprises that come our way. We live to find various forms of beauty.
For my concluding argument or rather justification; let, like others in the past, think about the origin of beauty. Perhaps the first person to see a rainbow after a big tornado and think about giving a name to this feeling or sight. And at the same time in a different place another man stood on the edge of the cliff and watched the sun rise. The two of them saw something that gave them an indescribable joy and feeling.
So they gave it a name: beauty. And with the passage of time, different people with different experiences draw their own ideas or assumptions or experiences of beauty into quotes, poems, songs, and stories including those who try to objectify beauty. Unfortunately those who objectify beauty have succeeded in the present.
So when we look at all these definitions of beauty from the Middle Ages to the present day, there is no possible explanation or definition for beauty. There is only exploitation for personal business.
Maybe this is where we go wrong. Trying to define beauty. Ever since humans existed, they have had the urge to know and control everything. Trying to define everything always spoils it. Because no matter how much you try, you will always be missing something. And when you miss something, it haunts you.
And now when I try to force you to think about how wrong your idea of beauty is, I give you another idea. While that’s wrong and I’ll never reach a perfect definition myself, all I’m trying to do is bring you at least an inch closer each time to what’s real.
For more examples, As said ‘Excellence is subjective depends on each person’s preference’.
On the other side of mathematics there are always answers that we believe we cannot ignore and cannot argue with, for example, 5+5=10, it’s amazing that the result is 10 to everyone and no one can think of an alternative answer, which implies that we take everything as it is.
However, when it comes to the techniques we use to arrive at possible hypotheses contrasting starting with one individual then to the next, allowing the individual to consider what speculation he or she is not as someone else’s. When I want to bungee jumping, I experience it because to me I don’t think it’s a dangerous thing to do, while for many others it may be considered the most unsafe experience of life.
So all things considered I will take after my feelings about certain things and annihilate other people’s questions. A method for information is the reason we see and see things. For example in terms of learning, we sometimes look at craftsmanship and try to understand it by the way craftsmen explain it but somewhere inside what really matters is the initial recognition of whether climate is good or not and we are trying to consider it appearing before our eyes. .
In the event that a writer is available in looks, it may be imprinted in his soul with full subtle elements including his shifting angles, while another may remember him generally with poor or no points of interest as if it were a commonplace seen everyday. .
The blind may rely on his touch rather than his non-existent sight, he will touch many things and his intuition will help him to see things and feel things significantly more than what ordinary people do many times. You see they have certain abilities that set them apart and set them apart from others.