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How do you judge beauty?

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How do you judge beauty?

This is a topic I have been thinking before. Two or three days ago, I saw online a photo of a girl. She wears a paire of Jeans and an exposed cowboy shirt undone and she is wearing a pair of sunglasses at the same time. She is leaning on the rail against the river, crossing her ankles a little bit with a seeming smile worn on her face. The first impression of the image for me is lovely and so attracitve. I can't help myself falling in love with her. I've got mesmerized and my hormones rose a bit of higer.

So as to me, I admit I probably would judge a person by her appearance, especially when it is a girl. My affection occurs when I see girls with long, slim legs and slender waist. It could be better if she wears long hair loosely on her shoulders and at her back. Probably, I would try to find a girl who meet some of these requirements. Life is not perfect; reality does not always come the way you've thought though.

You may rebut me with answers like beauty consists of two elements - appearance and inner beauty. I do agree on this in some sense. Actually, I've ever fallen in love with a girl who has wonderful inner beauty. She has scars, one on the back of her hand, the other on the side right under her ear. She must have undergone an accident, though, she was optimistic. Every time I meet with her, she always greets with me with sunshine-like smile. I love her smile even until now, so soft so warm.

No body can be perfect, so neither I. But I think it is alright to accept my defect of judging people by appearance. Yet, when we get familar with people, we will appeciate their inner beauty rather than their appearance. And furthermore, inner beauty is what we evaluate others afterwards, ignoring their appearance eventually.

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  • Temper myself and make some reflection 2017-3-19 22:55

    I have never been in thought of interacton with people the way you think. It is quite new to me but I agree with you with 100 percent of support.

  • Temper myself and make some reflection 2017-3-19 09:19

    I had a plumber come to replace a water heater recently and when he arrived I told him that if he needed help to let me know. The water heater was outside and I would be inside. So he replaced the water heater and he took the old one away, but as he was taking the old one away I could hear him and it sounded like he was struggling with it because it must have been heavy and awkward. Since he had not asked me for any help I did not help him but in hindsight I feel kind of bad about not going outside to help when it sounded like he was struggling to move it. The truth is that I really didn't want to help him move it, especially since I had offered help if needed and he did not ask. I preferred to avoid that interaction. It was the interaction that I did not want more than not wanting to help someone lift something. I can identity with your feeling of not wanting any more interaction with the repair guy than necessary and I do not think your actions were bad. The fact that you did not check with the guy that the job was fully done before he left indicates to me that you are a trusting person that did not question the repair guys ability to do his job. The problem in your scenario is not that you treated a stranger as a stranger - just that you may not have been clear enough in communicating the problem or that the repair guy had trouble comprehending. It was just a communication problem and you should not feel as though you failed to have upright interaction with the repair guy.

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