“Perfection is a disease of many nations. We cover our faces with tons of makeup. We regularly inject Botox and starve ourselves in order to achieve the ‘perfect size. We try to fix things that don’t need it at all. And what we should be taking care of in the first place is left without our attention.
You know what that is?
It is our soul. A soul that needs a lot of care and nurturing. It’s time to take care of it. Honestly, how can you expect someone to love you if you don’t love yourself? In redesigning your appearance, can you say you’re happy with yourself? No. I want you to understand clearly: it doesn’t matter what you look like on the outside if you’re completely empty on the inside.
Today I want to declare to everyone: I won’t put up with makeup anymore. I don’t want to put on makeup because I’m tired of wearing someone else’s face. It’s time to drop the masks. I know I have wrinkles, but I want to see them. After all, I am the real me. I want you to accept me for who I am.
Do you realize that artificial aesthetics rule the world, keeping us locked in the prison of our illusions about appearance? Instead of living and following our nature, we are forced to practice the canons of beauty that have been imposed on us.
But you know what?
I’m tired of it. And I say to myself, stop. I challenge all of you to stop and remember who you really are, what you really want. Remember who you are.
No one can ever be 100% beautiful. Appearance is the last thing that should be valued in a person. All that matters is the soul.
Remember that forever.”
Incredibly true and powerful words! Our generation really pays a lot of attention to external beauty, forgetting about the inner filling. But in everything, as we know, there must be harmony.