Dear Princess Darby,
How important do you think it is to surround yourself with beautiful people? I've always thought that the people you surround yourself with is a reflection of who you are.
What do you think?
Dear Plain Paul,
How do you define plain and beauty? There are different qualities that form beauty. Alot of them you can buy on credit.
I think true beauty is a reflection of one's soul and attitude.
Have you ever seen a plain face person smile? Their eyes light up, body language is relaxed, and their laughter is happy. That's being beautiful.
Your next question is the answer many people may think is their answer to social acceptance and popularity.
The people and objects that surround you are just people and objects. They do not confirm who you are, what they are or want to be.
Your actions and attitude are your credentials, not theirs.
Remember, what we wear, live, drive are all achieved through our credit of life. We just have different limits and connections. Anything can be given to us or bought. But you must earn it.
If you strip people of all material properties, what is left is their mind and soul. Now look into eyes and see who the beautiful people are - it just may be the quiet person in the corner with a great smile, laugh, and personality to share.
Look into the mirror, are you that person in the corner? Yeah, the one with smiles, personality, fun, and great laughter?
Have fun this summer. This is a time to be PROUD of who you are. Be happy, and you'll be the most beautiful person out there!
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