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    Beauty Of Beauty

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    They say “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.” This comment is concordant with facts because what one person may think is beautiful another person may not share the same thought. However, most people judge beauty based on physical appearance. Growing up I have heard this statement from my grandfather “Beauty is as beauty does,” or “Beauty comes from within.” As a result, I have learned to defined beauty as an individual’s vitality, intelligence and personality. The expression "beauty" was first

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    beauty

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    define beauty as” the quality that gives pleasure of humanity, we humans have been working hard to surround our lives with beauty because we know that wherever there is beauty there is happiness. The ancients Egyptian, for example, pitiful objects, usually made of gold, in their graves. They knew the meaning of beauty and they were sure that beautiful antiques would make them happy after death. To understand the precise meaning of beauty, we must first differentiate between external beauty and Internal

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    Defining Beauty They say “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.” This comment is concordant with facts because what one person may think is beautiful another person may not share the same thought. However, most people judge beauty based on physical appearance; growing up I have heard this statement from my grandfather “Beauty is as beauty does,” or “Beauty comes from within.” As a result, I have learned to define beauty as an individual’s vitality, intelligence and personality

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    Beauty And Inner Beauty

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    people, beauty is solely depended on how a person look like on the outside. However, some might argue that inner beauty has to do more than outer appearance. It is difficult to fully define beauty because everyone has their own views about beauty. In my view, beauty has to deal with one’s self as the only rival. The term “beauty” was originated from Anglo-French beute. It was first known used in the 14th century as “physical attractiveness,” and also “goodness, courtesy.” The meaning of beauty also

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    Beauty

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    thing of beauty is a joy for ever.” When talking about beauty everyone has there own opinion. Not only has it changed over the last 200 years but not everyone views beauty to its full potential. Only 4% of women around the world consider themselves beautiful. A woman who thinks she beautiful is beautiful in itself. confidence is key to a beautiful women, besides the other things like her smile and her eyes and that look she gets when your tell her something she didn't understand. Beauty to me is

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    Shakespeare’s sonnets, in which all convey a common theme of beauty. In the first three sonnets, Shakespeare repeatedly uses the image of a young man to bring forth the issue of youth having children early. This common element of theme describes that Shakespeare wants his audience to know that a young man can have a attractive face, but it’s his duty to make sure that his soul is worthy of his good looks. Shakespeare chose the theme beauty to help the reader better understand that young men need to

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    What is Beauty? Beauty is the innate ability all things possess to inspire a sense of admiration and awe. Society today has a skewed up sense of what beauty actually is. Many believe it is all how the person or thing looks, they think it is about the looks of a person or their physical features. Beauty is beyond the physical state. Webster’s dictionary defines beauty as “an assemblage of graces or properties pleasing to the eye, the ear, the intellect, the æsthetic faculty, or the moral sense”,

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    Shakespeare’s Sonnets is a collection of poems, which portray themes such as the nature of time, love, beauty and mortality. Among Shakespeare’s 154 pieces of fine poetry, Sonnets 1, 18, 60 and 146 stand out the most, attracting the attention of many critics. Shakespeare’s ability to summarize human emotions in a simple yet an eloquent manner through his verse, his powerful use of language, his large variety of metaphorical themes and his strong description of the characters and nature makes his

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    Beauty has long been an essential term in the conversation about art. In all artistic media, beauty is used as a qualification of value; a musical composition can be beautiful, as can a shot in a film or the draping of fabric in a garment. Kandinsky’s essay, Concerning the Spiritual in Art, is no exception when it comes to using beauty as a term to qualify the value of art. His essay focuses on visual art and the way that colors and forms interact with the human soul to evoke emotional responses

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    The definition of beauty is varying among different people in the world. Even though almost everyone knows the term beauty, many people are struggling in defining it and persuading others to agree with their opinions. Beauty is defined by a combination of qualities existent in a person or thing that fulfills the aesthetic feels or brings about profound gratification. Many people define beauty as a term to describe a person’s physical appearance; they often think that beauty comes from magazines,

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