“Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.” This statement is often heard by many but it’s unambiguous in the sense that every individual is beautiful. Beauty is segregated into two forms internal and external. People judge on the basis of your outer appearance more like what appeals to their eye, when they should try to discover your inner self. Glow is the essence of beauty. Your skin radiates with that glow only when you love yourself for who you are.
Being dark, being pale, being obese, being skinny, etc etc don’t make you any less of a person than you are. People will label you but that’s what they do, doesn’t mean that you are what they say. Confidence breeds beauty and only when you are confident in your own skin will you emanate your own luminous essence.
You are beautiful. The scars on your body, the stretch marks on your hips, the dark circles under your eyes, the freckles on your cheek, all of it makes you even more beautiful because all of this proves that you are human. Beauty doesn’t demand you to be flawless, it shines through all your flaws.
A daisy can never be an orchid. Neither can a lily be a tulip. All flowers are diverse, none of them are identical. All flowers are beautiful in their own way and so are you. Everyone has their own identity and no one can steal it. Inner beauty is a damaged butterfly. Instead of hurting it’s broke wings we should help it escape the prison of human perceptions.
Obviously an attractive face is pleasant to look at it but the most indelible people are the ones with captivating personalities. Eventually external beauty is going to fade away but your soul is eternal. Confirming to so-called beauty standards is nothing more than leading oneself towards facing disappointments or discontents and trapping oneself in a bubble of negativity. Directions ourselves to consider the importance of inner beauty will aid in discontinuing the formation of thoughts of being perfect. We need to be aware of the fact that our inner qualities define us not our facial attractiveness. We should embrace the beauty of our heart which lies within us because beauty is not in the face, beauty is a light in the heart.