8 March International Womens Day 2017
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8 March International Womens Day 2017
Man, she looked as if she’d just been thrown off the crummiest freight train in the world. Yet in spite of this I got the impression of beauty, not the beauty of a movie actress, mind you, or the beauty you dream about when you’re with your wife, but a natural beauty, a beauty that’s almost homely because it’s so real. ~Martin Goldsmith & Martin Mooney, Detour, 1945, spoken by the character Al Roberts
Beauty is but a flower,
Which wrinkles will devour…
~Thomas Nashe (c.1564–c.1601), Summer’s Last Will and Testament, c.1592
Beauty and health are the chief sources of happiness. ~The Earl of Beaconsfield (Benjamin Disraeli, 1804–1881), Lothair
No beauty is lost. You get to see the real face of it after the blossoms have fallen off the tree. That’s why I would rather see the face of a beautiful woman than a pretty girl.
Girls aren’t beautiful, they’re pretty. Beautiful is too heavy a word to assign to a girl. Women are beautiful because their faces show that they know, they have lost something and picked up something else.
~Henry Rollins, Smile, You’re Traveling (Black Coffee Blues Part 3), 2000
She was just sixteen, and not yet beautiful. She was too young for beauty. Her form was not developed; she would probably gain two or three inches in height; and her face, though exquisitely modelled, wanted the refining which comes either from a multitude of complex emotions or is given at once by some great heart-sorrow. ~Amelia E. Huddleston Barr, A Rose of a Hundred Leaves: A Love Story, 1891
If you feel beautiful, then you are. Even if you don’t, you still are. ~Terri Guillemets
Beauty is the true meaning of poetry. But after all nothing is said; and a thinker, a sensitive mind, will extract more from the simple word itself than can be embodied in a hundred varnished phrases. ~T.C. Henley, “Beauty,” 1851
Sad! True, I spoke of lovely, beauteous things;
Beauty and sadness always go together.
Nature thought Beauty too rich to go forth
Upon the Earth without a meet alloy.
If Beauty had been meant to wed with gladness,
Poets had never needed this dream-life;
Each blessed man had but to look beside him,
And be more blest. How easily could God
Have made our life one consciousness of joy!
It is denied us…
~George MacDonald, Within and Without: A Dramatic Poem, 1855 [Lord Seaford —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]
We try to achieve beauty by covering up all traces of age and end up looking like we tried to achieve youth by covering up all traces of beauty
Beauty of whatever kind, in its supreme development, invariably excites the sensitive soul to tears. ~Edgar A. Poe, “The Philosophy of Composition,” Graham’s Magazine, April 1846
The misconception with a lot of girls is that it takes two to three hours to be beautiful. I always tell girls allow yourself 30 minutes so that you can really enjoy the process, so that you can get to know you in the morning before the world gets to know you. ~Tracy Balan, Girlfriend Intervention, “Sam, Trapped in Teen Fantasy World” (season 1, episode 3), original airdate 2014 September 10th
It is beauty that begins to please, and tenderness that completes the charm. ~Bernard Le Bovier, sieur de Fontenelle (1657–1757), quoted in A Thousand Flashes of French Wit, Wisdom, and Wickedness, collected and translated by J. De Finod, 1180
Beauty is strangely various. There is the beauty of light and joy and strength exulting; but there is also the beauty of shade, of sorrow and sadness, and of humility oppressed. ~Arnold Bennett (1867–1931)
It is a rare woman who can overcome her desire to remain pretty and allow herself to become beautiful.
Am I afraid to be beautiful? Afraid to claim grace as my own?
I will take away the look of ashes, and restore the look of dawn.
~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), “A Soul’s Faring: XVI,” A Soul’s Faring, 1921
You never look at anything beautiful and holy, or think a pure and noble thought, without being ever after a larger soul. ~Frederick Lynch
Glamour is a shooting star, it catches your eye, but fades away, beauty is the sun always brilliant day after day.
Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything beautiful. Beauty is God’s hand-writing—a way-side sacrament; welcome it in every fair face, every fair sky, every fair flower, and thank for it Him, the fountain of all loveliness, and drink it in, simply and earnestly, with all your eyes; it is a charmed draught, a cup of blessing. ~Parson Lot (Charles Kingsley), “The National Gallery.—No. I.” in Politics for the People, 1848 May 6th
Beauty intoxicates the eyes, as wine does the body; both are morally fatal if indulged. ~John Godfrey Saxe (1816–1887), quoted in Maturin M. Ballou, Edge-Tools of Speech, 1886
Beauty can be coaxed out of ugliness.
Multitudes of people are beauty-blind to the outdoor pictures. I doubt if one in a hundred begins to take in the beauty visible on even a short walk in city or country. ~Delia Lyman Porter, “The Beauty-Blind,” An Anti-Worry Recipe and Other Stories, 1905
Beauty is a delightful prejudice. ~Theocritus, quoted in Edward Parsons Day, Day’s Collacon, 1884
No spring nor summer’s beauty hath such grace
As I have seen in one Autumnal face….
~John Donne, “Elegy IX: The Autumnal”
Beauty is the soul striving to make itself visible. ~T.C. Henley, “Beauty,” 1851
What delights us in visible beauty is the invisible. ~Marie Dubsky, Freifrau von Ebner-Eschenbach (1830–1916), translated by Mrs Annis Lee Wister, 1882
The eternal war — nature’s attempt to make every woman beautiful, society’s insistence that she remain young and pretty.
I have erred so unremittingly in my fallacious conception of utility. I will look upon the rose gardens whose use is beauty…. I knew that I must plant my fields to save my body, but did I not know that I must plant my rose gardens to save my soul? ~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), “A Soul’s Faring: XVIII,” A Soul’s Faring, 1921
Inner beauty, too, needs occasionally to be told it is beautiful.
A glance, that, into the deepest deep of Beauty. ‘The lilies of the field,’—dressed finer than earthly princes, springing-up there in the humble furrow-field; a beautiful eye looking-out on you, from the great inner Sea of Beauty! How could the rude Earth make these if her Essence, rugged as she looks and is, were not inwardly Beauty? ~Thomas Carlyle, “The Hero as Poet,” lecture, 1840
…[K]now that however ugly the parts appear the whole remains beautiful. A severed hand
Is an ugly thing, and man dissevered from the earth and stars and his history… for contemplation or in fact…
Often appears atrociously ugly. Integrity is wholeness, the greatest beauty is
Organic wholeness, the wholeness of life and things, the divine beauty of the universe….
~Robinson Jeffers, from “The Answer”
Beauty is visible music…. ~T.C. Henley, “Beauty,” A Handful of Paper Shavings, 1861
I cannot dream beauty and express ugliness…
The inner rapture, like the fine gold feeling of the Nebulæ, must express itself in stars.
I who think beauty must come with it exuding from me like a fragrant nimbus.
If I conceive beauty, I must walk in loveliness.
If I conceive twilights, I must manifest in threnodies, and the jasmine’s breath, with a silver, moonswept sheen.
~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), “A Soul’s Faring: LX,” A Soul’s Faring, 1921
There are moments of beauty so intense that they will touch you for life.
Beauty deceives women in making them establish on an ephemeral power the pretensions of a whole life. ~Bignicout, quoted in Maturin M. Ballou, Pearls of Thought, 1881
Beauty is the spirit of Nature peering through the gloom of sin…. Beauty is Nature’s memory of Eden. ~T.C. Henley, “Beauty,” A Handful of Paper Shavings, 1861
[B]eauty is all-healing…. I will come with great draughts of remedy for my spirit! Turn on the roses!… I am body-ill from the endless flow of life’s drab-grey! ~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), “A Soul’s Faring: XIX,” A Soul’s Faring, 1921
For attractive lips, speak words of kindness.
For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people.
For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry.
For beautiful hair, let a child run his fingers through it once a day.
For poise, walk with the knowledge that you will never walk alone…
~Sam Levenson, In One Era and Out the Other, 1973
Beauty is the shadow of God… ~T.C. Henley, “Beauty,” 1851
Love beauty — it is the shadow of God over the universe. ~Gabriela Mistral (1889–1957), “Decálogo del Artista,” translated from Spanish
It is a poem of pain to feel the urge toward the unfolding of the wings of beauty. It is a song of ecstasy to release it. ~Muriel Strode Lieberman, interview with Ruth Snyder, “Poetess Uses Riches Oil Gave Her To Make Cinderellas Princesses,” The Evening World, 1923 June 18th
Beauty… when you look into a woman’s eyes and see what is in her heart. ~Nate Dircks
In all natural things can be discovered some faint trace of beauty. ~T.C. Henley, “Beauty,” 1851
I was brought up to believe beauty is not worth thinking about, what’s important is your soul, your mind—you don’t want to be a fifty-dollar haircut on a fifty-cent head. ~Garrison Keillor, We Are Still Married: Stories and Letters, 1990 edition, Part 2 — The Lake, “Who Do You Think You Are?”
Whenever you are creating beauty around you, you are restoring your own soul. ~Alice Walker
Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
Our hearts are drunk with a beauty our eyes could never see. ~George W. Russell
I’ve never seen a smiling face that was not beautiful. ~Author unknown
By plucking her petals, you do not gather the beauty of the flower. ~Rabindranath Tagore
Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart. ~Khalil Gibran
Against Him those women sin who torment their skin with potions, stain their cheeks with rouge and extend the line of their eyes with black coloring. Doubtless they are dissatisfied with God’s plastic skill. In their own persons they convict and censure the Artificer of all things. ~Tertullian
That which is striking and beautiful is not always good, but that which is good is always beautiful. ~Ninon de L’Enclos
Some people, no matter how old they get, never lose their beauty — they merely move it from their faces into their hearts. ~Martin Buxbaum
Tell them dear, that if eyes were made for seeing,
Then beauty is its own excuse for being
~Ralph Waldo Emerson, “The Rhodora”
Close your eyes and see the beauty. ~Author unknown
It is amazing how complete is the delusion that beauty is goodness. ~Leo Tolstoy
In every man’s heart there is a secret nerve that answers to the vibrations of beauty. ~Christopher Morley
Release the beauty in you in whatever way you see fit…. We are elementally beautiful. In the hurry and strife of life we have grown away from the real thing. It just has to be restored to us. We must brush the ashes off and put roses in our hair. ~Muriel Strode Lieberman, interview with Ruth Snyder, “Poetess Uses Riches Oil Gave Her To Make Cinderellas Princesses,” The Evening World, 1923 June 18th
Beauty always promises, but never gives anything. ~Simone Weil
What humbugs we are, who pretend to live for Beauty, and never see the Dawn! ~Logan Pearsall Smith
The most beautiful view is the one I share with you. ~Author unknown
When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other. ~Chinese proverb
Beauty comes in all sizes, not just size 5. ~Roseanne Barr
I don’t like standard beauty — there is no beauty without strangeness. ~Karl Lagerfeld
There is a road from the eye to the heart that does not go through the intellect. ~G.K. Chesterton
Beauty and folly are generally companions. ~Baltasar Gracián, translated from Spanish
May she be granted beauty and yet not
Beauty to make a stranger’s eye distraught,
Or hers before a looking-glass, for such,
Being made beautiful overmuch,
Consider beauty a sufficient end,
Lose natural kindness and maybe
The heart-revealing intimacy
That chooses right, and never find a friend….
~William Butler Yeats, “A Prayer for my Daughter”
Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it. ~Confucius
We ascribe beauty to that which is simple; which has no superfluous parts; which exactly answers its end; which stands related to all things; which is the mean of many extremes. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
Don’t let insecurity ruin the beauty you were born with. ~Author unknown
Plainness has its peculiar temptations quite as much as beauty. ~George Eliot
As we grow old, the beauty steals inward. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
We need beauty because it makes us ache to be worthy of it. ~Mary Oliver
The soul that sees beauty may sometimes walk alone. ~Johann von Goethe
A woman who cannot be ugly is not beautiful. ~Karl Kraus
Beauty deprived of its proper foils and adjuncts ceases to be enjoyed as beauty, just as light deprived of all shadows ceases to be enjoyed as light. ~John Ruskin
Beauty in the flesh will continue to rule the world. ~Florenz Ziegfeld
Do I love you because you’re beautiful,
Or are you beautiful because I love you?
~Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, Cinderella
Beauty without grace is a hook without a bait. ~Ninon de l’Enclos
Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless; peacocks and lilies for instance. ~John Ruskin, The Stones of Venice, 1851
Beauty is the promise of happiness. ~Stendhal