Beauty

People act like beauty is all physical.

From your body to your hair, to your clothes.  Yet somehow, that has never connected with me.

How can only the physical aspect prove your beauty?

Those things would only be a carbon plastic shell without kindness, brilliance, creativity, love, and emotion.

Those things are not a definition of beauty, and they shouldn’t be.

The truth is: What inside of them is the definition of beauty.

Being beautiful on the outside does not come with a guarantee that you will be beautiful on the inside.

It’s okay my little sister has a crack between her two front teeth.

She is the epitome of kindness and sass.

I am certain that we all would be just shells of ourselves if we did not have something more than the physical aspect.

After all, we are all beautiful.

 

 

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