Absolute Beauty

We’ve all heard that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Do you agree? is all beauty contingent on a subjective point of view?

This time instead of writing right ahead about the prompt I decided to read first. I have read responses of fellow bloggers and though for a moment. What is absolute? If absolute beauty don’t remain the same over the ages, is it really absolute?

If it last for seconds, minutes, months or maybe years, why it should not be judged as absolute. Perfect. Magnificent? For the eye, all the moments matters. As long there is movement, so absolute beauty of our visible world can be experienced only in these short moments.

Although, it wasn’t like that always. Only over the years of experience I have realized, that true beauty is to eye invisible. In the world of decay and chaos, where the most perfect things remains the same only if they are utmost definition of superficiality, there is no place for permanent beauty. Not for an eye, albeit over the hundreds years there have been other manifestations of absolutism in aesthetics. The art over the centuries proven that beauty can be absolute and everlasting.

So to experience absolute beauty, one needs to close the eyes first. To feel forever cold stone of the statue thousands years old one needs to touch it; to hear tuneful music, one needs to retreat to solitude.

There miracles might happen. There you find absolute.