Beautiful question, and great answer Dana. I'm not sure you meant it as I read it, but let me give an interpretation of what you say:
You say: "As beauty in people is in
the eye of the beholder, we feel comforted and happy near people we consider
You might have meant it in the sense of objectivity and subjectivity (see nice discussion on Does objective beauty exist?
), but I want to read it as saying that beauty is actually, physically, in the eye of the beholder. That is, that it belongs to the person looking not the object/person looked at. That in a way it is better to look at beauty than be it, as the person looking is the person who actually has it.
You say: " Beautiful ideas, music and art pieces are there to inspire us to
greater things, they are the dream element in our everyday’s life." I cannot avoid thinking of Madam Bovary, and how beauty made her dream. It is also a danger of beauty - the femme fatal (or Narcissus).