No, we can't all be beautiful, but in the end we all end up old and ugly.
A person can beautiful inside, outside, or both and unfortunately there are people that have neither the physical beauty, nor mentally. So, for this reason, I would say no, not everyone is beautiful.
Look another teen, I've met people who I were cheated by their beuty but after knowing their inside I couldn't see that beauty any more and in other cases I saw some people and thought they're ugly "the first look" but after I know them very well I find prettiness that I haven't seen. My husband is one of them by the way, now I see him the most attractive and the sexyiest man I've ever met
No, unfortunately not everyone can be physically (outwardly) beautiful.
However, everyone can strive to be internally beautiful through their thoughts, actions and deeds.
Yes, your attitude to life, personality and communication style will make you appear beautiful even if you don't have the looks or clothes to match.
no they can't. some people just aren't good looking though i guess maybe someone might find them less then ugly.
Yes! Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and in the heart. You have to get to know the person and vise versa.
To some people there is no such thing as an ugly person. They strongly contend that there is no such thing as ugliness as ugliness is an artificial, man-made construct used to discriminate against, demonize, even marginalize those whom society deem to be appearance challenged or different. They maintain that such social constructs are wrong, even heinous regarding categorizing people based upon looks.
They contend that there is no uniform rule and law as to whom is deem beautiful. They are of the school that everyone and anyone can be beautiful or handsome. They maintain that there is no one parameter regarding how beauty/attractiveness should be defined. Then there are those who strongly assert that only a small percentage of people can be classified as beautiful or handsome. They contain that physical beauty is rarity and that most people can be classified as quite average in looks. It is their declaration that the majority of people are neither raving beauties nor ugly. They argue that it is only self-serving and unrealistic to proclaim that everyone and/or anyone can be beautiful/handsome.
They further maintain that such a premise is totally fantastical. They assert that looks scale is analogous to the intelligence scale- the beauties/handsomes are at the top of the scale but they are rare, the majority fall somewhere in the middle with varying degrees of attractiveness, and at the bottom of the scale, are the uglies.
I would say to be realistic, NOT everyone/anyone can be beautiful/handsome no matter how hard they try. There are some people who are beautiful/handsome while there are others who simply.........well, AREN'T! That is life, not everyone is going to have that looks trophy now.
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