December 4, 2008 11:41am CST
Does beauty exist? Given that nothing is perfect. If it does, what yardstick could be used to measure it?
• United States
4 Dec 08
Hello! I don't beauty can be measured by some standard that is set forth..such as the "scale of 1 to 10". Beauty to you is measured differently than what I may view as beautiful. I see a sunset and think that it's breathtaking, you may see the same sunset as a reminder of time running out on things you need to get done and can't, therefore you may not see beauty but time constraints. You may see a place or a person as beautiful and I may not see that by your measuring tool. Not that I'd see them or whatever as ugly, just not beauty in my eyes. I think beauty exists in the heart and it exudes through the eyes, face, actions and all that a person is. In nature, it is as you see it. No, nothing is perfect, but perfection also is measured differently by all of us. Have a great day! Merry Christmas!