A very good morning to one and all present here. Today, I’ll be giving a speech on the topic ‘beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder’.
It is very important to understand that beauty is subjective. Majnun, in fact, says, “To see the beauty of Laila requires the eyes of Majnun”. Thus, everyone perceives beauty in their own way. There is no beauty standard or a singular kind of beauty as such.
Hence, one must never hurt anyone’s feelings and mock them on the basis of their appearance- their race, colour, or other physical attributes. What might not be beautiful in the eyes of one does not mean it is not beautiful- it merely means that the beauty of that person or object has just not been realised upon.