Grace, strength, character, flaws and fears, being bold, diligent, yourself, non-conforming, healthy, sexy without flaunting, charm, quiet confidence. Just ask anyone, both men and women, and you are likely to get a variety of answers. Your personal best. Laughter. There is no one answer. Passion
Being open to change, being informed, smiling. Beauty is something you develop not something created from the cover of a magazine. True beauty comes from within and shines outward. From the depth of your heart and soul of your creation and how your personal best illumines and encourages those around you.
Your favorite beauty product
While a product can enhance or downplay your physical characteristics the truest beauty is displayed in your adoration and gratitude of the world, people and places around you. The weak who struggle to stand, a fireman holding a rescued child, a garden growing in the middle of an inner city developed by an enterprising woman. Say “beauty” to most people and the first thought is likely to be the physical constructs of a woman.
What do you do to stay beautiful
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Eye-appealing is something people strive to be using make-up and clothing, beauty is not defined by “looks” alone. Noticing the rows of “beauty” magazines at the local Barnes and Noble, the women on any cover flaunt that they are women, as if you don’t notice this already. You’d have to be living in a cave not to know the difference between a man and a woman and what lies beneath their clothing. Inside the magazine cover is the list of the very products and designer clothing and shoes used to make the “cover girl” pop out into view. What is inserted between the front and back cover of any beauty magazine would make the most confident glamour puss feel unappealing and unable in comparison. What is “in” and what is “out,” one whole television show is designed to tell you what not to wear at all so people don’t judge you harshly. Shallow to say the least, ‘enough said.
You are so beautiful to me
The Dali Lama is beautiful. Asking how any magazine of glamour would attempt to show the true beauty of any human being on the inside, on the cover is like asking. “How do you talk to an angel?” At first thought its improbable, but there are people who talk to angles every day. But think and feel again and there are magazine covers that do accomplish true beauty every day. True there are more magazines who sell the illusion of artificial outer beauty than there are of inner beauty. In reading one, the first line of the article actually said, ”forget inner growth and run with the pack.” The misconceptions of a league of people trying to “sell an image of beauty.” Do we really wonder why so many youth are confused about themselves inside and out? The Dali Lama is not judged by his breast size or the size of his jeans and it is doubtful he thinks to this length about the subject
True beauty is depth
Celebration, authenticity. A true perception. Entrance into true beauty lies beyond power and greed, pure in heart beyond our senses of reality. A true center, our very destiny, unconditional beauty which transcends the ordinary. First you look, then you see.