Perfection is our nation’s disease. We cover our faces with tons of make-up products. We starve ourselves to become perfect size and have botoxs on every part of our body. We are trying to fix something that cannot be fixed. Our soul needs surgery. It’s time to take a stand. If you don’t love yourself, how can you expect someone else to love you? You just have to be happy with yourself.
The inside counts, not your outside look. Today, I will put up a makeup-free photo. I know that I have wrinkles on my skin, but I want you to see further than that. I will embrace the real me and I want you to do the same, and to love yourself just the way you are.” – Julia Roberts.
This was posted on her Facebook and Instagram profile. She wanted to say that our beauty parameters have become twisted and extreme.
“Perfection is a disease of a nation. We overlay our faces with tons of make-up. We get botoxs and even starve ourselves to become that perfect size. We try to fix something but you can’t fix what you can’t see. It’s the soul that needs the surgery. It’s time that we take a stand. How can you expect someone else to love you if you don’t love yourself? You have to be happy with yourself. It doesn’t matter what you look like on the outside, it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Today, I want to put up a makeup-free photo. I know I have wrinkles on my skin but today I want you to see beyond that. I want to embrace the real me and I want you to embrace who you are, the way you are, and love yourself just the way you are.” – Julia Roberts.
She posted this on her Facebook and Instagram profile telling us how twisted and extreme our beauty parameters have become.
The Hollywood star posted this message on her Instagram profile explaining how twisted our beauty standards have become.
Nowadays, people focus too much on looks. Yes, everyone wants to look pretty, but putting botox in your face for a couple of almost unnoticeable wrinkles is just plain wrong. Looking, or filtering people through this prism of broken beauty is disgusting!
Esthetics has made us unaware of our true potential. Remember, no matter how ugly you think you are, your soul is what really matters!
It would be so nice if a day will come that our inner beauty triumphed over outer appearance. For now, our image is more important than ever. It is so sad that many people spend so much money with the hope to look more beautiful in the face, when they forget what really matters. Make peace with your-self, love and put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts. Then you will find the key to happiness.