Your definition of hyperbole seems amiss.February 12 2010 at 11:45 AM
Response to No, that's not hyerbole just like the first one wasn't.
I have a nephew who was born blind. He was given sight at 9 months old. So your example is suspect because it is contrary to my real life experience.
"Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder".
"Words & poems are beautiful, sight isn't needed."
"Thoughts & acts are beautiful, sight isn't needed."
"Music and sounds are beautiful, sight isn't needed."
You have a circular logic that holds your rationalizations, religious views, and world views in place. You would be much more intellectually honest to simply admit that - to yourself and everyone.
|This message has been edited by ever-a-newbie on Feb 12, 2010 12:48 PM|