If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then some us must be blind?

Asked By: IMAGINATIONATWORK 36-40  18 minutes ago

Posted by Me Nov 30th, 2013 at 9:37PM

The blind can see greater beauty.
Think how Helen Keller says about beauty. (The best and most beautiful things cannot be seen and touched. They must be felt with the heart.)
Beauty is not skin deep as people used to talk about physical appearances. Beauty concerns an immense range of physical and spiritual attraction to the eyes, the ears, the other physical and spiritual senses. Beauty of the woman’s soul, beauty of saintly deeds, beauty of the countenance of the Prophet.
I think that no human beings are ugly, because their real beauty is not on their skin. Their beauty is in noble thoughts, in encouraging words and in benevolent deeds. Yes, we are really blind for not seeing human and divine beauty.
I am thankful to God for giving us life, love and beauty.


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Abdul-Baha says:

 In reality all are members of one human family — children of one Heavenly Father. Humanity may be likened unto the vari-colored flowers of one garden. There is unity in diversity. Each sets off and enhances the other’s beauty.

(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 25)


 Mankind beautiful

Heavenly garden of God

Now and forever


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