Love and Beauty

How could we describe love and beauty to someone who is blind and deaf? It is really to describe any of these for a person with use of all his senses, but when we encounter someone in privation of such; then we have a real challenge. Now, we tend to think of people deprived of these gifts from the above, but in reality, many of us could be deprived; for we have eyes, and we don't see, we have ears and we don't listen. It ought to be easier to love those without their senses, as they are already loving life in a different level of beauty. Love and be beautiful, everyone deserves love.

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