Beauty like all other things is a perception that depends on your own definition.
For me, Beauty is kindness, innocence, raw purity, nature and simplicity.
Beauty really isn't about what we see when we look at someone, it is what we feel. We develop feelings for someone by they the way they present themselves, speak, respond and relate to us. This in turn puts their true beauty in our eyes. I have met people who I thought outwardly they were not very attractive. I got to know what was inside that person and I thought they were the most beautiful person from then on.
Beauty is only skin deep and the eye of the beholder. It's only the inside that counts and if you love yourself.
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by Holly 8 years ago
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by ii3rittles 4 years ago
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by Greensleeves Hubs 5 years ago
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