Just as the light brings a clearer view into a room, or eliminates the darkness with its rays. So your beauty should be seen in the midst of people you meet.
Beauty never really needs to be explained or dictated. It should be seen and gazed upon & admired, never threatening but inviting.
For our beauty to fade into the mist of ‘norm’ or be taken captive by creative mainstream images can only be hurtful to our personal beauty and not bring across the bright delight it should.
Staying away from things that could damage your beauty, like negative thoughts, not thinking your good enough, worth it or even a treasure is a must.
Begin to look at yourself as God see you, otherwise known as Beautifully made. Begin to check yourself out and be grateful for the person He has created you to be.
Let your beauty continue to shine and let people completely feel invited to want to talk to you, want to get to know you and may just want to date, marry and dine with you. In the book Captivating by John and Stasi Eldredge, this is said “ A women who is unveiling her beauty is inviting others to life. She risks being vulnerable: exposing her true heart and inviting others to share theirs, she is not demanding, but she is hopeful”.
Beauty doesn't really come at a cost… For everyone is beautiful deep down, its just how you maintain, view and behave with your beauty determines whether it glows or dimmers.
Keep Being Beautiful.