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One of the best-kept secrets is that beauty begins when you decide to be yourself. There is nothing beautiful about someone fake or artificial, even if they look gorgeous on the outside. If you want others to see the real you and recognize the inner beauty we all have, then you have to be yourself and not try to be someone you’re not. As soon as you do this, others will start to notice you and see you for the person you are instead of the faker you try to be. When you try to be somebody you are not, all you will do is make yourself unhappy, and the people around you are not true friends. Instead, you’ll always know these people are just your friends because of who you pretend to be, and once you stop pretending, they’ll quickly fade and disappear.
When you are yourself, others will quickly notice your confidence and see the inner good you possess. It is a true beauty, not some fake standard that magazines and celebrities present as perfection. If others like you for yourself, you know they will always be there for you through thick and thin. If people are only around you because you always have flawless makeup and wear the latest designer fashions, they’ll be gone as soon as the good times are over.
Beauty Begins Pretty High On The Priority List.
Beauty Is an excellent value in my life, with the other usual values such as family, integrity, respect, kindness etc.
Having beautiful things to look at is one of the great joys of my life. Seeing ugly things sometimes hurts my eyes. (of course, when I say ‘magnificent’, it is subjective)I mean, I’m kind of in the Beauty Begins business.
Appealing Beauty Begins
There is no one way to decorate a house. Even if you don’t feel like you have a strong opinion on the design yet (or decorating isn’t your thing), you can still get an idea of what you like when you see it. You know what will be comfortable for you, you are drawn to colours and textures that appeal to you, and your heart can lift when you see a pattern or style that inspires you. Your home should be personal and reflect the people there, so what’s around you matters!
I wasn’t sure if I should feel sad or laugh at the irony of her words. Still, a recent Amazon review of my coffee table book, The Inspired Room, shared that she didn’t like my colour palette and didn’t like how she arranged our chairs in the kitchen. In his opinion, he said that I had decorated my house all wrong. Beauty Begins concluded a lengthy comment by hinting that bloggers shouldn’t share their home or decorating ideas because that’s like the blind leading the blind.
Create Works Of Art That “Look” Beautiful
But I still want to refocus that on the more profound beauty.
See through the colours and “beauty” into the depths where a beauty that seems to resonate from within it.
You know, you earn the beauty that feels.
Or they are divinely discovered.
Sometimes strenuous work is required to clear layers of luggage
and the pain, dirt, masks, and all the trinkets before you find that little gem that belongs only to you.
The “YOU” inside.
What You Find May Not Be What You Expected From Beauty Begins
Maybe not even what you expected.
There may even be items that are difficult for you to see.
Yet all of this, not just the gem, but the entire process, the journey, and the discovery?
There is also a kind of beauty in it.
The sad thing is that some people don’t even bother to dig.
Others stop when the job gets tough.
Some find it takes too long and calms down. But, after all, everything is fine.
Even sadder, when they find something that is their true self, especially when they have been forced to go on this journey, they pretend it isn’t there.
Displaying this gem indoors is a choice.
Beauty Begins also a practice. It means that it is sometimes easy to fall back into old habits.
Do things the way you have always done them, even if you want to do them differently.
Thought patterns that you always return to when hard times hit, even though you know they no longer serve you.
Life becomes more beautiful when we can all exhibit more of the gems that we are.