Beauty is a word that is used quite a bit in today's society, but do people really know what it means, or is it just another word in the English dictionary? Beauty can mean many different things to many different people: it's doubtful that one could get a full understanding of the word just by looking it up in the dictionary. "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" is a good statement. Beauty can be found all over the place, it's just a matter of what someone determines is visually pleasing to them.
Many times in today's society, beauty is a word that is used to describe someone's physical appearance. People view beauty by what they see in the media, in magazines, and on television. Beauty is not looking like what we see in today's media. It isn't about weighing one hundred and ten pounds, nor having a "ripped" body. Beauty is having a personality. Beauty is having fun, and enjoying life. Beauty does not come from the outside, but rather from within. In a country where roughly 50% of marriages end in divorce, it just goes to show you that the media has such a strong affect on people's minds. People are so concerned about physical attractiveness that they lose site of what true beauty is. It's not something that can be seen with one's eyes, but rather felt with one's heart. Beauty is a feeling from within: it is love and appreciation.
To see the beauty in something you need to have a certain passion about it. To me the sport of football is beautiful. Some people may see it just a game for oversized muscle heads, but to me it's so much more. I can break down one play, and see so much beauty in it. From the snap of the ball, until the ball carrier gets tackled. I can see beauty in the quarterback dropping back, avoiding the pressure put on by the defense, then he let's the ball go: tight spiral. As the ball floats through the air, you finally see the quarterbacks' target, his receiver, running down the field to catch the ball. He leaps up into the air, over the...
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