1. having beauty; having qualities that give great pleasure or satisfaction to see, hear, think about, etc.; delighting the senses or mind: a beautiful dress; a beautiful speech.
2. excellent of its kind: a beautiful putt on the seventh hole; The chef served us a beautiful roast of beef.
3. wonderful; very pleasing or satisfying.
4. the concept of beauty (usually preceded by the ).
5. ( used with a plural verb ) beautiful things or people collectively (usually preceded by the ): the good and the beautiful.
6. the ideal of beauty (usually preceded by the ): to strive to attain the beautiful.
Tuesday Newsday it is once again, and between us as friends, one of the primary and instinctual motives behind starting up a publication back in 2002 was to have the ability to say who the most beautiful woman is or women areÂ and have the majority of the population or a sufficient amount for significance agree with the stance so that it becomes what is known as a reality.
Truth be told, it may be some form of an abstract andÂ deep seatedÂ will to power as identified by German Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.
The will to power (German: “der Wille zur Macht”) is a prominent concept in the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. The will to power describes what Nietzsche may have believed to be the main driving force in man: achievement, ambition, the striving to reach the highest possible position in life; these are all manifestations of the will to power.
Whatever it is, it is what it is, and today it will be in agreement with what People Magazine has made it be in 2012 in the name of furthering the cause as stated above as well as below as a different and
“New World Relevant” perspective to consider.