My View of Ugliness

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My view of ugliness
People used to perceive beauty as the ones pleasing to the eyes. Those who have straight hairs have them curled, while those who have curly hairs have them straightened; yellow and white skins have them tanned while black and brown complexions have them whitened. They never realize that they are just making things really ugly. I believe that we should leave these things the natural way because we are all created naturally beautiful. Altering whatever is natural and innate makes us uglier than we think we are. There is no difference when we alter nature, like bringing the orchids that naturally cling on trees in the forest, at the orchidarium. It is like clearing the forest and converting the area into a golf course. The ugly truth on these is that human’s dominance on the other lives on earth has been abused which makes humans look like ugly monsters in the eyes of nature.

Looking at another face of ugliness, I cannot help but think of a house, build of stones, with a real wonderful architectural design, a wide garden of all beautiful and rare flowers, and a pool which makes all the sight seers perceive that the owner has to be of a wealthy class. Guarded by huge gates and high walls, the house’ only occupants are the gardener, the maid, the driver and the lady owner to looks like in her mid fifties. She never goes out in the neighborhood, never entertain guests, never given his workers a vacation, and not even a single cent for any foundation or the beggars she comes across with. Despite her wealth, she continues on grabbing lands, taking away properties of those who cannot pay for the rents and other dues from her countless apartments. With these, I can see that that house is lot uglier than that of a pig pen. The scents of the flowers in the garden stink rather than pleasing to the nose.

High rise buildings, wide highways and skyways, railways and amazing subways: these are only few of the features common to well-off cities. At...
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