Confucious, a Chinese philosopher and a reformer once said
“everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it.”
Beauty is not only a visual experience but it is a characteristic that provides
a perceptual experience to the eye, the ear, the intellect, the aesthetic faculty,
or the moral sense.
The characterization of a person as “beautiful” is often based
on some combination of Inner Beauty and Outer Beauty. Inner beauty includes psychological
factors such as personality, nature, attitude, grace, integrity, politeness, charisma,
elegance and charm whereas outer beauty is characterized by an individual’s thought
or community consensus. Outer beauty may be characterized as physical attractiveness
or whatever you perceive it to be.