Beauty is a thing seldom seen. It is held by all within the soul it lies, waiting to come out to the surface, but it can only be found if someone is sharing your soul with you. Beauty is suppressed by the evils of the world. Only love can bring beauty out. Once seen, beauty never hides again. Not even hatred can deny beauty of it's true design. Beauty, although possessed by all by few and fewer yet will ever see one of the most beautiful sights - the beauty held by you.
It doesn't mean you're gay or no longer badass if you like that definition.
Something which embodies the trait of unmatched aesthetic and inner beauty, regardless of external influences. To be truly beautiful reflects an unparallel sense of eternity, unchanged by events or situations which may otherwise compromise such a trait.
beauty has several definitions, but mine is a bit more large-scale than most: just look around you: babies forming in wombs, injuries healing, lifeforms reproducing, brains working, bodies moving, etc. all have been made to be recognized and glorified, but ultimately, to point toward a Designer.
the universe is so beautiful, it makes one wonder; 'has this all come from nothing? has all of this just materialized into existance? or is there a Creator who designed it? those who are willing to find are willing to seek.
Beauty is a corporate invention designed to promote the suffering and insecurity of the masses for the sake of profit. They say it's a state we're all supposed to be achieve, in order to ensure economic, financial, social and recreational success. There is a ridiculous double standard in society at the moment. An attractive blonde who never bothers to do anything useful gets more respect than an ugly git who has the courage and determination to get the fuck out there and do something for him/herself and this world and not be a parasite. Don't you think that's fucked up? Or am I just weird?
'By buying our rubbish, you can achieve beauty, which will make you successful and make your life wonderful and you will never need to worry again' says the greedy corporate pig, who lives off the insecurity and suffering, and above all, gullibility (that means believing lies) of the masses