Currently (as of 11/8):
It really frustrates me when people compliment my blue eyes, and then follow that up with "I just have brown eyes; they're boring" or even "they're ugly". It is my personal opinion that brown eyes are beautiful and perfect and nothing at all to be ashamed of! Have you ever just stared into a pair of brown eyes? They can be so warm and deep and enchanting. No, I'm not saying eyes that aren't brown aren't pretty - - I love my eyes, and I've definitely seen my fair share of beautiful blue, green, and gray eyes - - but I am saying that brown eyes are just as beautiful! Since I can't actually give you any examples of people I know (for obvious reasons), look at these characters both animated and non: Peter Parker (Webb movies, played by Andrew Garfield), Wilbur Robinson and family, Kristoff, Hermoine Granger (played by Emma Watson), Jamie Bennet, Padme (played by Natalie Portman), Guy and most of the Croods, Spock (2009, played by Zachary Quinto), Rose Tyler (played by Billy Piper), the Tenth Doctor (played by David Tennant), Aladdin and Jasmine, Atreyu (played by Noah Hathaway), Mrs. Incredible, Jonas (played by Brenton Thwaites). The list really goes on and on, and I'd be here all night it I tried to list every character I can think of with beautiful, gorgeous, eye-grabbing brown eyes (never mind if I just tried listing everyone I know with such).
So I guess what I'm saying is: brown eyes can be as beautiful as blue or green or gray or what have you, so those of you with incredible, warm, attractive brown orbs: please, please don't waste your time envying paler eyes. YOU. ARE. BEAUTIFUL.
"We have to be greater than what we suffer."
Let it go.
Our lives are made
Let it slide.
Our lives are made
All of my regret
In these small hours
Times falls away
Yeah, they still remain.
These little wonders, oh these twists and turns of fate!
Times falls away, but these small hours
("Little Wonders", by Rob Thomas, from Meet the Robinsons)
"Doubt your doubts before you doubt your faith."
"When enemies are at your door, I'll carry you away from war
I surrender honestly;
"Or I could be a poet, and write a different story:
"Music in time...what's left of me...what's left of me...now."