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Beauty... what's beautiful or who's beautiful to you? why?   
9    7 min     Started by Doris3m     
     
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Doris3m
0 min 20 sec
80 mths ago
Beauty is a characteristic of a person, animal, place, object, or idea that provides a perceptual experience of pleasure, meaning, or satisfaction.
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Firaz
0 min 35 sec
79 mths ago
Firazk
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abc9039
0 min 55 sec
76 mths ago
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jassaini
0 min 52 sec
75 mths ago
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stoimen
1 min 26 sec
75 mths ago
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DunnoT
0 min 26 sec
63 mths ago
beauty, simple.
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jarb86
0 min 31 sec
63 mths ago
Beauty is what you have in your soul, your good feelings and what you really are.
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RoseNv
0 min 22 sec
63 mths ago
I think
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firestorm
1 min 5 sec
62 mths ago
Within such an impalpable and ghosted issue there is a tremendous room for opinions less or more maching certain person's world conception. it's extremely up to an every isolated person, i honestly believe, what to be conceived as a beauty. Probably grounding on estimating having someone questioned on a subject what is beloved the most, the precise psychoanalysis could be made up. Even the close bosom friend, sometimes, may have a very peculiar grasp of perceiving some things and not subscribing to the mutual opinion. When something is quite an inexpressibly beautiful to others possibly is spoiling an appetite. For myself everything are constantly rotating not having been stuck in the same stage. Although i uphold the regular expressions of what is delightful in meanings of five classical senses of sight, touch, smell, hearing and taste.
The question is being asked by myself whether if a some cunning one has got a conscious conseption then of a beauty?
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