You will never know the meaning of ‘beauty’, until you see and feel anything that is ‘ugly’.
A farmer can see the beauty of heavy rainfall, when he sees his fields green with crops, after a long spell of drought. But, another farmer who is ruined by floods caused by the torrential rains will see only the ugliness left behind by the receding flood water.
A poor daily wage earner can see the beauty of a plate full of rice, after a hard day at work. But, a wealthy man can’t see it.
Lovers who meet after ages of separation, ask them what real beauty of togetherness is! While most of the urban couples waste precious moments of togetherness in quarreling over petty issues and satisfying their ugly egos.
We all can see and perceive beauty, but real beauty is anything – animate or inanimate, that touches our soul and gives us boundless joy.
In my words I conclude,
|| Kuch to hai jo khoobsurat hai..
Meri aankhon say zyada, meri rooh ki zaroorat hai||