Self-Love

The Angel Who Broke My Heart

“Beauty is what you feel inside, and it reflects in your eyes. It is not something physical.“

– Sophia Loren

It’s a natural response to get attracted by good-looking people, but physical beauty doesn’t mean that the person is good at heart. In real life, what matters the most is the person’s inner beauty. Her attitude is more important than her outlook.

Many people ignore this truth and fall in love with external beauty, and cry when that person makes them feel low every time. Filled with wrath and jealousy, often, these beauties kill their natural gift hurting those who love them.

A person is good-looking. It’s a gift of nature. There is no contribution from her. If a person is not so attractive but honest and loving, I’ll always stand in her favor rather than the one who is a masked reality.

A soft voice and a pleasing response have nothing to do with natural beauty. It’s a talent that wins our hearts. We must respect that.

For a moment, you can fool someone with your looks, but in the long run, it’s your integrity and authenticity that define the different relationships.

If something comes to you naturally and you’re not worth it, you can’t appreciate that gift of nature. The ego comes into play, and you lose your foresight. Many times this God-gifted beauty becomes a bane for people. It cripples them.

Anyway, my point is that if you’re not so good-looking in the eyes of others, please don’t feel low. Never let anyone dominate you because they are pretty impressive by looks and have a good following.

My friend, nature crafted you with unique talents. Win the heart of people with your skills and talents without relying on facial beauty.

It’s a sin of our times that you can become a local celebrity or get a job without any talent just because of your good looks but remembers, always, there is a hidden cost associated with that, sometimes too expensive to afford. Please don’t fall into the trap.

Every time inner talent defeats external beauty. People remember those who serve them, not those who show off something that they don’t possess in reality ~ physical beauty is one of that realities.

So focus on developing your inner talents and forget about your outlook and outfit. Once you reach perfection in your craft, you’ll be a perfect human being irrespective of your looks. People will acknowledge you.

“Once you embrace your value, talents, and strengths, it neutralizes when others think less of you.”

– Rob Liano
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