"Do not give up, things might not favour you always"
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
The external beauty that we talk about does not seem to last longer. With age it fades away but it is the inner beauty that really seem to matter and stays forever.
Beauty. I searched and researched a multiple times to understand the true essence of this word. I use the word beautiful with a great gravity always, because I possess no other adjective fitter than "beautiful" when something makes me speechless.
"beau" means good or well in Latin and believe that "beautiful" is a Latin word.
So, when someone or something is full of goodness, I call them/it beautiful.
Beauty needn't be in the eyes of beholder. A smiling baby, a drooling dog, a blooming flower and a morning fog.
Aren't these beautiful to everyone? We all find some things either beautiful or not beautiful.
"Beauty is in the eyes of beholder", is a bland phrase given by some tormented gentleman who got emotionally attached to 'a not so beautiful object' and is trying to convince himself and others that it is beautiful.
The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.