for me : Beauty is not from the face...beauty is a light in the heart ..
I think there is beauty in all areas, in the face, in the heart, actions we do, and even in nature. We all see beauty in different ways at different times for different reasons. I don't believe it is so black and white.
Of course real beauty is within , you wouldn't know that looking around today though ,would you? A lot of really self centered people out there. It is such a farce that our society pushes total image . Because thats not where it's at. I will notice a woman with and internal flame anytime over one who uses image to attract attention.
Beauty comes from within..it matters not what a person looks like ( not entirely anyway !!) but what lies within the heart and soul that matters.
Good points have already been made, but let me see if I can add something new. As jdflom said, there are many kinds of beauty; physical beauty - that of the face and body - spiritual beauty - that internal flame that ahorseback mentioned - the beauty of nature and the universe, the beauty of a lack of beauty - meaning that we could not recognize beauty without ugly, so in a roundabout way, ugly is also beautiful.
As far as people go, I would say that the more important beauty is that of the soul. Our culture is so corrupted and brainwashed to think only of physical, outer looks, yet we never find anything fulfilling when we look there. Now don't get me wrong, if a pretty girl walks by me I will look at her, but I will not be so bold as to call her beautiful until I have spoken with her and discovered how she utilizes the Light. So in the end I would have to say "yes, I agree," the Light within us all is the beauty that we should be most concerned with.
No. Enough of the political correctness. You are mixing concepts.
Beauty is from within. In this day and age go find your soul mate,
and then if their outword apearance is displeasing hire a good plastic sugreon. Outside ugly can be fixed but inner ugly cannot. When I was younger I was atracted to outer beauty, but that inner phycotic, evil trolls from hell have changed my opinion. The truth of the mater is that if you truely love someone then all you are going to see is their perfection not their flaws, love is blind.
Face beauty is only a skin and has a cosmetic value. Beauty of a person never lasts long but if a person has a beautiful heart, he is loved by everyone and is very near to God. The comparison is before you to decide.
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