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We live in a world full of beauty sometimes it is staring you in the face and other times you have to look a little deeper to find the beauty in things There are many meanings to the word beautiful Beautiful is defined as having beauty having qualities that give great pleasure or satisfaction to see hear and think about The first things we notice about people are their outside appearances We dont take the time to look deeper into a person to notice their personality values or morals When we hear the word beautiful we think attractive on the outside the woman with the long hair tall and lean body with a pretty face We dont think about the beautiful things on the inside of a woman her caring heart sense of humor and carefree personality It becomes increasingly harder to feel confident about yourself when society puts a label on you The label you are given puts a tremendous amount of stress on oneself It doesnt matter if the label is positive or negative That label will affect you in ways you were not aware of Audrey Hepburn said it best when she said Happy girls are the prettiest girls This could not be truer If you are not happy or content with yourself how are others supposed to have a positive image of you When you are happy with the way you look and feel about yourself then people will have a positive response to you You cannot expect everyone to like you It is an unrealistic expectation especially in the world we live in where everyone has an opinion on everything Beauty should be measured by the way you feel on the inside and how it reflects in your eyes not by the outside appearance we show everyone and take so much pride in Everyone needs a reminder in the age-old lesson of never judging a book by its cover A
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