What is, by the dictionary definition, the meaning of ugliness vs. beautiful?
Ugly: displeasing to the eye, repulsive or offensive.
SYNONYMS: hideous, ill-favored, unsightly.
Beautiful: having qualities that delight the senses, especially the sense of sight,
excellent, wonderful, physically attractive.
SYNONYMS: lovely, pretty, handsome, comely, fair. All these adjectives apply to what excites aesthetic admiration.
So, how do we differentiate ugly people from those who are beautiful?
1. Looks: and trust me, looks can be deceiving! Plus, looks do never last!
2. Personality: the best judge!
In my short and humble life, I’ve met so many people. Some I met at work, others at university and others just in the daily life activities such as walking down the street, shopping, dinning, etc…
I always wondered: what makes them all different? what gives each of them a unique identity? what factors decide how beautiful or ugly they are?
My conclusion was this: sweet words to do not make you beautiful… Smart comments do not either. It’s just how you see other people, how you feel towards them, sympathize with their troubles and feel joy for their happiness, is what defines your beauty…
The most beautiful people in my life were those who were the most humble, the most sincere and the most true…
I am greatful to have been lucky enough to have all those beautiful people pass by in my life…