The beauty of you

Malaysia
August 18, 2012 5:02am CST
Butterflies don't know the color of their wings But Human eyes know how beautiful it is It goes same too You don't know How good you are But Other can see you are special Yes is true for the quote above we never realize what inside contain, i mean behavior and altitude we got until by telling by other so sometime good or bad we are is not only judging by our self just you let open your heart and let other judge it for you also but we never ever let other judge you and believe their 100 percent according what their say about you, you must smart enough to select which is true or which untrue on your mind, You should smart enough to know what should you change and what shouldn't according of your mind. Do not go to changed the good side of you and change to bad of you according by the other opinion about you. Are you too agree with the quote above?
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@owlwings (37689)
• Cambridge, England
18 Aug 12
As a matter of fact, butterflies have far better colour vision than humans. They can also see far into the ultraviolet end of the spectrum which humans cannot see, so flowers (and each others' wings) look to them quite different from the way that we see them. It's a nice quotation but, unfortunately, scientifically inaccurate.
@owlwings (37689)
• Cambridge, England
18 Aug 12
See the section on Butterflies here: http://www.sewanee.edu/chem/Chem&Art/Detail_Pages/ColorProjects_2003/Early/index.htm
@riyauro (6431)
• India
18 Aug 12
It is true that butterflies can't see how beautiful are their wings. And the same way we admire them for it. It is good not to brag about oneself but let the others see the good in you because you know that you are good there is no need to tell people with your own mouth. And it is also true that we should not fall for the bad things people say to us because such things should not affect what you really are. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day ahead.
@owlwings (37689)
• Cambridge, England
18 Aug 12
Butterflies have the broadest spectrum of color vision known to exist in the animal kingdom. They can certainly see all the colours which we see and more. Whether they define 'beauty' in quite the way that we do, however, is unknown.