“Good Lord Boyet, my beauty, though but mean,
Needs not the painted flourish of your praise:
Beauty is bought by judgement of the eye,
Not utter’d by base sale of chapmen’s tongues.”
The persistent problem people face everyday is the illusion of the way one looks in the eyes of others. Sacrificing ones self worth for the gratifying feeling that comes from the judgement of others from which ones life and happiness depends upon. Being yourself becomes a rarity and not a formality.
Then who you are becomes what others see you as. This is the illusion put onto you by the judgement of others, and this illusion will even fool you to believe that this is who you really are. The way you dress, the way you look, the way you view things, the way you treat others is then dictated by this illusion of truth projected to you by this judgment of others.
You will find out the real truth about the beautiful person you really are and the world around you when you begin living your life in the beauty that only your eyes can see and your heart can feel. Not by others who place judgement on your life that is not their own. Only you can dictate what beauty is, only you can dictate what beauty was, and it is you who can only dictate what beauty will be through your eyes only. The illusions of judgment will fade away and the beauty of your truth will only remain.