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    Posted March 4, 2012 by
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    What does beauty mean to you?

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    Beautiful is Wonderful

     

    "Beauty is only skin deep", an old cliche which implies that personality is of more importance than the outside appearance of a person. To be beautiful is to be positive, driven and at the same time gorgeous and fabulous. It does not necessarily mean that you have to have a well pointed nose, long neck or broad shoulder. Everybody could be beautiful... every woman is sexy & pretty in their own way. Its just a matter of attitude & proper projection. You just have to feel that you are beautiful, act beautifully and your aura will shine!

     

    "Nobody is perfect", another phrase to remind us that no matter how pretty you are physically, there would still be some part of your body which you are not that proud of. Personally, I find my body okay except for the "extra luggages" around by belly. But then again, proper projection helps me!

     

    "What do you think is your greatest asset?" ~ commonly asked question on beauty pageants but has to be answered with all honesty. For me, I do love my wholeness, the way I act and how I portray myself privately or in public.

     

    Let us appreciate beauty in each one of us. Afterall, GOD NEVER MAKES A MISTAKE. HE CREATED US IN HIS OWN IMAGE. WE ARE ALL BEAUTIFULLY DIVINE !

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