• A Question:

    by  • December 19, 2012 • * Safe for Work *, To Everybody • 4 Comments

    How do you define the word beautiful?

    I have two definitions personally, I think because I’m a girl.

    To me, a beautiful girl is a girl who loves herself and doesn’t have self esteem issues. She’ s woman who can look at herself and smile at what she see’s. She loves herself, allowing herself to fully love others. Men(or women) find her beautiful because she’s able to love them unconditionally. Her looks don’t matter; beauty is not defined by what she looks like.
    Her personality goes in with it, too. She’s compassionate and flexible. She is caring for all creatures, and all kinds of people. She has her angered moments, as everyone does, but she does not hold grudges forever. She is allowed to hate for justified reasons, but does not hate for petty reasons.
    She is a woman you can spend your life with. She is the only woman you’d find yourself considering and planning a serious future with. She is the woman who should be a mother. A woman with ambition. She is beautiful.

    A man who is beautiful is a man who loves his lady unconditionally. He would never raise a hand to her. He would never raise his voice it her, without a justifiable reason. He’d always take care of her. He’d always be there to hold her and kiss her, in sickness and in health. His voice is the most soothing to her ears; his face and body are the most attractive to her; he is the only she’d ever think and consider a future with.
    A beautiful man is rare; his beauty comes from how he treats you, and what his personality is like. You find yourself calling him beautiful because it’s the highest compliment you can give him, and you want to because you know he deserves it.

    That is beauty to me.
    Well, what I can think of to say.
    I’m sure there’s more I’m forgetting.
    So what is beauty to you?

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    4 Responses to A Question:

    1. anonymous
      December 20, 2012 at 9:35 am

      First of all, we all have self-esteem issues, if you think so highly of yourself, there is something amiss. Love is when two people care about each other so much they can overlook their deficiencies. No one is perfect. Beautiful is when two imperfect people love each other through the good times and the bad. A fight (non-physical) can be beautiful in the end if something is resolved.

      Life is long and there will be many bumps in the road, will he still loves you when you can’t get out of bed because someone you loved died, that is beautiful. Will he pick up the slack when you’ve taken care of the children for years, but life has become too much for you? Will you do the same for him.

      Will you make him his favorite dinner when he is in a bad mood? Will he go out and buy you flowers when you need them? Will you sometimes do what he wants even when you don’t want to because it makes ‘him’ happy, and you silently keep the ‘truth’ to yourself.

      Beauty is in living every day and expecting very little. We are all beautiful inside and out. Every single one of us, because God made us perfect, perfectly human. And human feeling span the entire spectrum. Beauty comes from being yourself and loving someone for themselves in return.

      Beauty to me is realizing we are all human and all perfectly imperfect.


    2. someone
      December 20, 2012 at 9:29 pm

      The original post is beautiful and almost made me cry. Bravo. Thank you.


    3. anonymous
      December 21, 2012 at 8:52 am

      I’m sorry, but your beautiful does not exist, it is a non-reality, and quite frankly is very sexist! I don’t like it. It’s not beautiful, it’s cliche and not sustainable. Good luck with that! Never going to happen.


    4. Author
      December 21, 2012 at 5:18 pm

      @First Anonymous
      Loving yourself and thinking highly of yourself are two different things.
      You should never ever look down. As you said, God created us exactly the way we should be.
      I, myself, am not sure who created us definitely, but I think you should find your inner beauty and be beautiful regardless of your appearance. How can you love others when you can’t love yourself? This isn’t thinking highly of yourself. It’s acceptance of who you are.
      If I have been miss-leading in the OP, I apologize.

      @someone Thank you & your welcome. Like I said in end, there was stuff I forgot. I can’t really describe my full definition of beauty. Much of it is something I can’t find words to put into.

      @Second Anonymous Well I’m sorry if that’s what you think. I for one, know of a few people I find beautiful by my definition. I know not every agrees. That’s why I’m curious to know what other people think.
      Frankly, I didn’t expect mild hostility from people.
      I just simply wanted to know what you think is beautiful.
      It doesn’t have a solid real definition, much like love.
      As they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
      What does your eye behold?



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