Hmm. . .
It Has Been Said, And Etched Many Times Before.
‘Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder’.
‘The first person to use it in the form we know today (“beauty is in the eye of the beholder”) was an author called Margaret Wolfe Hungerford. She included the phrase in her book ‘Molly Bawn’ (1878). It is another way of saying that beauty is subjective’. (From Google)
It Is An Interesting Way To Say, What Is Beautiful To You, May Not Be Beautiful To Me.
But!, Jus Because I See The World In A Different, Unique Perspective. Doesn’t Make Your Truth Any Less True. Person (A), Stands Next To Person (B). Then!, Person (C) Is Asked To Judge Both Persons, (A), & (B). By Choosing Their Favorite One. (C) Makes A Choice, And On And On And On It Goes.
Point Is, In The Endless Landscape Of Philanthropy. As Money Lift’s And Guides Many Different Individuals In Our Endless Universe. To Those Who Acquire Much Sums Of Money. Realize That There Is Alot Of Potential In Those Who Haven’t Had The Chance To Make Their Dreams Come True Yet.
So. . .
Like A Diamond In The Sky, As ‘The Beatles’ Would Sing, About Precious Lucy.
They Lift With Hope, Love, And Peace. In Song’s. And Not Giving Money.
Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder. So You Can’t Lift With Money, Or A Song.
Ok…, But!, You Can Still Greet And Smile Right?. It’s Been A Rough Day. And Someone Is Polite To You And Graciously Asks You If You Are Feeling Alright. Kinda Lets Those Hardships Fade For A Moment. Which, Is A Pretty Good Feeling.
Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder.
Is It A Beautiful Thing To Give Back?.
Even If What You Are Giving To Doesn’t Want It?. Is That Crossing A Line?.
Is That Giving Too Much?.
I Need A Beatles Song. Nono, Not ‘The Beatles’. But!, A Beetle. Those Little Guys Always Cheer Me Up.