This proverb, ‘love is blind’, adequately captures how many romantic relationships function. It also emphasizes the power of chance in our romantic lives.
Lovers are metaphorically blind to their beloved’s faults. Similarly, that they are metaphorically blind to each other’s physical appearances, caring only about each other’s souls.
If someone cannot see what another person looks like, they will not be swayed by their appearance. So, this proverb is essentially about the deceptiveness of appearances.
Lovers do not just attract on a physical level, they can also be soulmates. This is an anti-materialist proverb. We all have inner beauty, not just outward beauty. We do not love someone because of how they look or how rich they are.
Conclusion: Trying to look for other people’s inner beauty is always a great idea.