The human form of this makes me think of Barbara Streisand. I have always been in awe of that fine line there. She refused to have plastic surgery to change who she was and I was so proud of her for that. What do you think?
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I am sure your son sees beautiful and that is the point of the question. We; especially when younger let looks impress us and that certainly misleads us.
Hi Eric, I am sure your wife and son loves your handsome spirit the most, because that is really who you are.
I reckon we all love and that love is not contingent of good looks. My elder son, the model, says he is bashful, unless they pay him to be goodlooking.
I agree and I finally realized the same things. Most importantly I think is who we choose as a mate and go on looks just to find out years down the road how little that matters.
Well said; I agree completely.
I know very well at my age now how silly we are in our youth to go for someone for looks. That certainly is not the path to happiness.
It's human nature to want to surround oneself with beautiful things. Very few people pursue relationships with those they find repulsive or unattractive. This is especially true of men. Women fall in love with their ears & men with their eyes.
She is astounding and a real talent indeed. I like her old movies where she acts so goofy, too, like Funny Girl!
It was the nose;which she still has.
Regarding the first question I find beauty many times is a serendipitous moment. For instance the first time I saw Barbara I saw beauty. If 'she' as artist changed anything the next time I saw her I may have been critical including her hair. :-)
I think she is still very beautiful; even today.
Actually, it's a good thing she didn't get rhinoplasty. Doing so may have ruined her voice!
I wish there was just a way of instilling this knowledge so much sooner in our life. It seems simple once we see it but it seems we must get to that point.