|Beauty: An immortal concept
Beauty, which has a different meaning for every individual. We all are creation of Nature, but still this topic has always been a hot topic! We all have two eyes, one nose and two ears, but still different from each other. It implies that everybody has something unique which makes him or her different from others. This unique factor defines our beauty. “Beauty is always inner” this is the most common sentence spoken by us. But do we really implement our words? A question always occurs in my mind that if we are different from each other then why beauty is confined to limited factors? You must have been seen number of Beauty shows. The organizer or sponsors of these shows states these contest are meant to judge the intelligence of a candidate, but if it is true then why they set some parameters such as age, weight, heights and sometimes features also. Because intelligence can be found anywhere……….my personal views are that on the pretext of intelligence such kind of shows only creates the importance of physical appearance. As the term intelligence is always unconditional. This is an example. Advertisement world is also selling the concept of physical beauty for example “a beautiful lady will be attracting towards a men if he is using a particular perfume brand” etc. this is nothing but just a commercialization of human body. In this cut throat competition every things has become a product for selling purpose. But all these things are not in long run. If we think from humanity purpose, we will come to know that beauty is always our attitude, thought, and finally our nature. Everybody is known and remembered only for all these things.
In nutshell, beauty enhances with the passage of time. It is always immortal. Because all the famous personalities in this universe are remembered for hard work and creativity not by the physical beauty.
© Copyright 2009 gunjan (UN: gunjankaushik at Writing.Com).
All rights reserved.
gunjan has granted Writing.Com, its affiliates and syndicates non-exclusive rights to display this work.
|Log In To Leave Feedback|