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Beauty is relative. It differs from time, culture and place. I just finished re-watching 200 Pounds of Beauty and I was struck by the lengths a lot of people go to in order to be beautiful. Surgery is no mean feat. There are a lot of risks involved. But studies show that more and more people are willing to go under the knife to achieve what they perceive beauty to be.
I was one of these people. I’ve always disliked my nose and so way back in high school, I decided that when I grew up, I was going to get a rhinoplasty. AKA a nose job. I was contemplating about finally doing it last year. I already researched about it and found a good surgeon to do it. But then I changed my mind.
Because I realized that having a better nose wouldn’t necessarily make me happier. So I decided to just accept the one I was born with.
True beauty isn’t only about how good you look. It’s about attitude.
How you carry yourself and how you treat others, that’s what will really make you beautiful.
A confident and kind woman is more beautiful than someone who is more attractive but insecure and treats others badly.
Do you want become more beautiful? Own it. Carry yourself with confidence. Be kind.
To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment. – Ralph Waldo Emerson
No amount of plastic surgery can really make you happy. We will always find something wrong with ourselves. What we can do is to develop not only our physical but inner beauty as well.
Let your true beauty shine through.
Go live a Truly Wealthy life.