Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
If eyes were made for seeing, then beauty is its own excuse for being
This quote suggests that the purpose of eyes is to perceive and appreciate beauty. It implies that beauty doesn't need any justification or explanation, as it exists for the sole reason of being admired and enjoyed. In other words, beauty does not require any underlying meaning or purpose; its mere existence is enough to justify its value and significance.
Truth is in our blood. It is the essennce of our being. It is the best part of us, the core of what makes us human. It is our soul, our fundamental genetic beauty, and our spirit. We were created perfect, and despite the inevitability that we loose some of that perfection when we mature and develop in the midst of others who are wounded, we always retain the capacity to become perfect once again. The soul may be buried deeply, but as long as our hearts beat there remains hope.