Although outer beauty is what the world sees first, inner beauty is far more important. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Simply put, Beauty is considered many different things to many different people. There are many ways to judge beauty in this world, probably more than there are people in the world. However, if we were to try and categorize “beauty” we would identify that there are two kinds of beauty:outer beauty and inner beauty.
Outer beauty is a type of physical appearance. Outer beauty is based solely upon external features, that unfortunately, Society has conditioned us to accept as being fashionable, desirable, and important. Many people are born with natural features of outer beauty, while many others feel that they were not. Many people feel the need to falsely create this “beautiful” outer appearance, to some degree. For many people, outer beauty is created by an evanescent camouflage of clothing, make-up, scents, and various kinds of outer enhancements and wrappings. Many people take it to the next level and find it necessary to get plastic surgery done to fit into this category of “beauty”. Although everyone is entitled to feel and look as beauteous as they choose, it is very important for people to comprehend that outer beauty, all alone, is only one diminutive aspect of our nature. If we rely on our outer beauty by itself when we present ourselves, it amounts to nothing more than creating a temporary and false illusion of who we truly are as human beings. In Samuel 16:7 (New Revised Standard Version) the verse quotes, “The Lord does not look at things man looks at, man looks at the outward appearance, but Lord looks at the heart.” This bible verse reassures us that we should whole-heartedly depend and work on our inner beauty rather than our outer-beauty. Furthermore, those who rely upon the their appearance, or Outer Beauty alone in their interpersonal relationships, usually have very little, if anything else, to bring into their...
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