Would you believe me if I say that you are a beautiful person?

And when I say beautiful, that doesn’t mean your outer or physical beauty but the beauty of your heart.. that is your inner beauty.

The shape of your body, the colour of your skin, the length of your hairs, and size of your jeans.. all have nothing to do with that.

Trust me, you’re more than that.

Exterior beauty, without the depth of kind soul is merely decoration.

Let me ask you a question, “If the world was blind.. would you still care so much about the outer beauty”??

If the same question is asked to me, I would say, “obviously no”..

Then why do we care about what others think of our appearances so much..?

Well I guess everybody does, maybe a little is ok.. but obsessing over this thing is not good.

Beauty has nothing to do with looks. It is how you are as a person and how you make others feel about themselves.

You know what.. the most attractive thing about someone’s personality is not looks but how their heart is and how they treat others.

And no beauty shines brighter than that of a good heart.

So stop fidgeting and have confidence in your own self and always remember, if you don’t believe in your own beauty no one else ever will.

And don’t forget to share your definition of beauty in comments.. 😝

Keep smiling πŸ˜‹
Stay blessed 🌼
© Dreamer❀️

45 thoughts

  1. Your post pretty summed up all definitions on beauty. I believe beauty is that quality in a person which makes you come back to them and never let them go. It has nothing do with the face or figure, but only the way the have crafted themselves as a person, in terms of personality, nature or their soul. And the definition of beauty which you’ve laid is a definition everyone must know and belive for it is the truth.
    P.S. – This reminded me of the song ‘Beautiful People’ by Ed Sheeran.
    Loved this post❀❀❀

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  2. Love your writing. Kinda feels like it’s my own. That’s why I keep reading yours every time I see your post on the reader.
    Wonderful thoughts. Beautifully described.

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