Every now and then, on the whole wide network of internet and social media, we see many statuses, quotes, and saying like –
“We all possess beauty.”
“Everybody seems beautiful to someone.”
It’s bright stuff. It manufactures the self-regard, makes individuals feel esteemed, and spreads euphoria and joy over the web.
But is it really the right thing to say?
Not Everyone is Beautiful
Everybody in this whole world is not beautiful or handsome. A few of us have tumors – the measure of a second take becoming off of our ears. A few of us have skin like the Michelin Man. A few of us lose fingers, legs, or eyes in awful production like mischances. We have warts and flaws and balding and dead teeth and apathetic eyes and congenital fissures and third areolas and unibrows.
I comprehend what you mean when you mean to say by being a beauty in oneself. You imply that everybody is significant, everybody has worth, and everybody has great qualities that make them fascinating and vital and somebody to be adored. Also, on the off chance that we could recover the word and make it imply that, I’d say keep at it.
However, the truth of the matter is, we don’t possess the word. The world claims the word, and to the world, “beauty” is physical engaging quality and minimal more. To utilize beauty in our more extensive, more profound, more critical significance just befuddles the issue.
It sends our young ladies blended messages, letting them know that everybody is wonderful, and sending them into depression when the young men run after somebody with a more slender waistline and a more extensive bust.
It lets us know we have esteem due to our looks and abandon us to stress where our quality pursues those looks blur.
So, Do You want to Stand Out amongst the Best Around You?
Then take inspiration from our ex-president, (Late) Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s quote that is above mentioned. His individual picture and style were a finished impression of his heart-focused conviction.
Trusting that genuine excellence is characterized by who we are as opposed to what we look like – he was not afraid to support his raucous, challenged all-portrayal and dreadlocks. He was alright being not as much as immaculate, yet not alright with being not as much as genuine.
It takes a remarkably certain individual to resist similarity, to face all the challenges coming your way, do the inconceivable, can’t help contradicting the standard, jump ahead on the expectation to absorb information and uncover the eccentricities of a strong personality.
But again I tell, everyone is not Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. He once added while talking to a media person that, “My hair grows and grows and you cannot stop it, similarly, that fellow grows, it grows wild.”
We have to admit that it is very true the physical appearance of an individual can be of an advantage. But once we see it on a bigger picture, these things gain neutralization. Am I right or wrong?
Permit the light in your heart to sparkle on you and cast some light on others, and you can develop as a solid, adorable brand. At last, marking is only a flawless arrangement between the picture and the message, don’t you think about that?
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was a man who led a life full of self-belief, self-respect and confidence.