Beauty is not just how people look
physically; it is everywhere.
Everyone has their own varied opinions on what is beautiful.
The viewer is the one who sees beauty.
True beauty is on the inside, not the outside.
A chef might view a certain food as beautiful. On the other hand, a
math teacher could say the process of solving an equation is beautiful.
Songwriters believe their songs are beautiful. An artist displays
the beauty of his message through his paintings.
Beauty is anything and anywhere.
It is much more than appearance. An overweight person might
not be physically attractive according to our cultural standards
of beauty, but they may be stunningly beautiful on the inside.
Doing mitzvot and being a generous, caring person
are the qualities that make someone truly beautiful.
Everything contains beauty but not everyone
has the ability to see it.
Beauty is expressed from within. It is a rare gift.
Mack Brower, 14, attends Heritage Middle School and is a member of Nu’s teen board.