people are like stained glass windows. they sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when darkness sets in, their true beauty is reviled only if their is light from within. the beauty of a person is not in a facial mole, but true beauty is reflected in the  soul.
Many people think inner beauty is a phrase  used for ugly people to make them feel better .  sorry friends, your lost .

short poem :        

inner beauty,
a beauty that comes from within ,
a beauty that age cannot wrinkle,
not distracted by a simple pimple
but full of joy and pleasure

inner beauty
hard to see because of the world we are in
and easy to see because it is not dim
like an oyster in the ocean
outer plain is so thick
and  pearl so beautiful within

inner beauty
what a contagious infection,
you find ,it others find it too.
so beautiful; so deep
for it is within

inner beauty
find it ,glow it for everyone to see.
only takes someone special to see
that beauty hidden from the world
Open your hearts and see
the beauty
the inner beauty.


Be concerned about your soul, about your thoughts and about your behavior. An ugly soul in ‘a hot body’ is worth nothing.  physical appearance  is something which can easily fade away. so focus on the important aspects  and attitude more than looks.  if only our eyes saw the soul instead of bodies , how different would our ideals of beauty be?

3 thoughts on “INNER BEAUTY

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  1. Beauty is the opposite of perfection.
    It’s about confidence, charisma and character.
    You don’t have to be perfect… But believe you are, it’s all in the inside.


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