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Uniquely Different

Published May 1, 2014 8:34 AM by Kimberly Cray
We are each unique in that we are different. One thing or feature that bothers you may truly set you apart from others … in a very good way. 

I don’t believe in changing your looks to achieve something that another wants wants in you or to please someone else’s vision of you. If we are happy with ourselves, we will set the foundation to also be happier and strengthen our relationships with others.     

I think looking beautiful and feeling beautiful are two entirely different things. Many people can look beautiful but only few ever actually feel beautiful. Working on our outside appearance can improve what we and other see visually, but working on the inside is what can make us shine.  

We must learn to see beauty in what makes us unique. Call them imperfections if you will -- we all have them. Our unique traits, be them features or talents, and personality are what make us who we are. Embrace what you have! While things could always be “better,” they could also be much worse. Work with what you have and love what you have, and worry less about what you want.  Accepting ourselves and the beauty others may see in us -- this is what makes us uniquely beautiful creatures.

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