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sjtishrgnd asked:

08 Jan 2013

We are not defined by our appearance.

Did you ever stop to realize that, without plastic surgery, a human has absolutely no part in choosing what they look like? Nor does anybody else on the earth... We are all born with the looks God gave us. Period.

So why is it that we find ourselves intimidated by people who we think are more attractive than us?... Why do we have such a strong belief that their personality is a reflection of their outward appearance? We tend to believe that physically beautiful people are stuck up, and self centered... What would happen if we were put into a room full of people of various shapes, sizes, and races, and forced to wear a blindfold while conversing with those other people?... We might find that our suspicions were right, and that that person with a stuck up personality really was gorgeous... But we also might find that the person with the most humble, kind personality, is even more gorgeous.

Just a thought that's been in my head lately...



jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 08 Jan 2013

You're totally right that a lot of people who are really beautiful can be stuck up.. All of us have certain qualities or talents--looks, brains, strength, grace, etc. But we have them in different mixes. They all go together to make up a person.

But not all people with physical beauty are stuck up. I know girls who are really gorgeous, but who are also nice and humble. So I dunno, it's a mystery I guess.

The one thing, though, is that even if we all don't have great looks, we CAN make ourselves look better and build self-confidence through fashion and style. An average girl may not look like Karlie Kloss or something, but she can still do wonders by wearing nice outfits, getting a cute hairstyle, and a little (NOT TOO MUCH PLEASE) makeup. Same with boys, but it's harder with us because people think boys who care about how they look are sissies.


cute_wonderful_blondie says:

Posted on 08 Jan 2013

That is really a timeless question. Why is it carved in the complex mind of a human that beautiful people are bad people, or why are we repelled by what we call ugly people?
But one thing I've come to realize in life is you just need to go deeply into your mind and heart and find the truthful answers that you wish for others to tell you. So you need to start at the very beginning. What defines beauty and ugliness? When did they start being words with which we only describe the appearance of a person? And you can go on and on and come to a conclusion that man isn't perfect. One of our imperfections is ignorance. We take what we're given, we think the way our nation, religion, or the entire human race was brought up to think. But being so unaware of the lack of our knowledge, our mindset has become twisted and we still take this way of thinking without reconsidering it because we're not capable to do so at first. But later, some of us realize that several theories are just wrong. And it's my opinion that it's that way with beauty.
And seeing a few questions you've posted so far, I'm glad there is someone who has a wonderful point of view when it comes to beauty, and I'm sure other things.
I see only beauty in this world and if others don't, it's their loss and I will never let things like that affect me. As I see you believe in God, I think religion actually justifies my point of view of the world. It is said that God made everything good and beautiful, and since humans were given the "right" to choose everything in life, they could always wreck the true (inner and outer) beauty they were given by being a bad person. And I believe that being a bad person makes you ugly. So if someone who's considered beautiful by the definition of shallow people is a bad person, they're not beautiful to me. It's as simple as that. But everyone who breathes to see and experience the good and beautiful things in life, and cares for everything and everyone, is beautiful whether they fit the idea of beauty we tend to believe in or not.
At the end of the day, it's all about you as an individual. If you realize soon enough that you can't change everyone's opinion on stereotypes such as that physically attractive people have unpleasant personalities, you can only live a life full of love and acceptance and share your opinions with people who are willing to listen.
I'm sorry I wrote so much, but this is really a topic that's important in the world today and I hope you don't mind me expressing my opinion completely. :)


sjtishrgnd says:

Posted on 09 Jan 2013

Oh my goodness, I don't know why but I teared up reading this!... So beautifully said! It's wonderful to know that there are people out there who share my point of view!

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