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|There must be something beautiful about the Lord if He requires us to love Him |
with all of our hearts, minds, and souls! As a matter ... The old saying that beauty
is in the eye of the beholder is better stated “beauty is in the heart of the beholder.
|their looks with mixed feelings of triumph and despair — for the impermanence of |
Outer Beauty is everpresent, and the longing for Inner Beauty cannot be ... Al
Bernstein spoke truthfully when he said, "Beauty is in the heart of the beholder.
|The idea that happiness could have a share in beauty would be too much of a |
good thing. - Benjamin, Walter Beauty is in the heart of the beholder. - Bernstein,
Al I spent a lot of time with a crown on my head. [On her beauty pageant ...
|To the adage, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, to radiate beauty from within |
is to radiate the Christ light to the dark world. To this ... In all fairy tales, only the
pure heart can discern the beauty within the beast. Therefore, beauty isn't in the ...
|But as long as love is alive within the heart, then one will remain beautiful forever |
like the sun. The power ... To the adage, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, to
radiate beauty from within is to radiate the Christ light to the dark world. To this ...
Steve Frank Montoya - 2003 - 98 pages
|Before we die, we eventually discover beauty of the heart, when we decide to |
give ours. “Beauty does not lie in the eye of the beholder, it lies in the heart of the
beholder.” March 10, 1982 We need to imagine more how blind people view ...
Pep Montserrat - 2006 - 32 pages
|Their chance meeting proves to them both that beauty lies in the eye — and heart|
— of the beholder. Pep Montser rat's simple story and stunning illustrations offer
an unusual and endearing valentine to readers of all ages— a reminder that ...
|... Have a system of aesthetics – Far superior to mine (f 95) The idea of flowers |
prompts Dickinson to reflect with colloquial intimacy upon the mingling of joy and
pain—“transport” and “trouble”—that beauty causes in the heart of a beholder.
|The old adage that beauty is in the eye of the beholder was not construed as |
such by the people of Fuxayo. They all shared ... It was what the heart could see
beyond the silhouette which had more meaning relative to the beauty of a person
|Now Launcelot dwelt for nigh seventeen years with the Lady Nymue of the Lake |
in that wonderful, beautiful valley covered ... covered all over with such a
multitude of exquisite and beautiful flowers that the heart of the beholder would
be elated ...