By Tim Leeming
I’m sure most of you have heard the saying “Beauty is in the eye of the Beholder”. As I often do, when working on these Legendtorials, I did a little research about the background of that saying, or, in essence, those sentiments. I was somewhat surprised with the information I found. I always assumed it was good old Will Shakespeare who coined the phrase for one of those required High School readings we all used to dread, or most of us, anyway. Instead, I found the original use of the sentiment, although not in the exact words, was in the third century B.C. in Greek. Literally, the statement means the “perception of beauty is subjective”. Read On!