Universal elements indefinitely appear more appealing and more captivating when these elements are of aesthetic merit; which is why the concept of "beauty" has come to even obtain a universal standard, a global understanding, and, further, is explicitly why the majority looks to achieve and to maintain this concept of beauty that we, as a whole, have sociologically constructed. 'They' say that beauty is relative, though I do believe that 'they' can be classified as highly inaccurate and as unrealistically idealistic. When genuine beauty exists; whether that be within an individual, within an object, or within an event, I believe that this standard and this concept of beauty should be apparent to individuals of multiple, various, and remarkably diverse backgrounds. Apparent to, not only the established eye, but to also: the average, to the unfortunate, and to even the misinformed, eye.
I am extremely individual; just like you, and, singular perspectively, just like everyone else.