Beauty Begins from Within

One may ask how they can become more beautiful. Perhaps they have been overlooked by an employer because they are overweight, or without natural beauty. Let me tell you that beauty starts from within you. How you treat others tells a lot about your character. If you are a very mean and rude person, then you are not beautiful. People don’t just look at the outward appearance. A confident overweight woman that shows kindness and meekness can be represented as the most beautiful woman in the room. Beauty if not just skin deep. It begins with a person’s character and personality.

So after you work on your inward beauty, then you can begin to work on your outward beauty. Take care of your health. I will give you examples in the next few post on how to stay healthy and younger feeling and truly beautiful.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Ellie www.newcreationsministries.wordpress.com/
    Sep 18, 2019 @ 19:09:56

    Beautifully said! ❤

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