There is no doubt that women and beauty are timeless. Everywhere you look you see women displaying their beauty in hairstyles, make-up, cosmetic surgery, fashion and accessories. Women and beauty go together like ice cream and cake. Don’t get me wrong, I love to be pampered and beautiful; adorned with what makes me feel and look beautiful. While most of the emphasis for women and beauty is shown outwardly, how much emphasis is being placed on the inward beauty of women?
The inner beauty of a woman is a very unique quality. It’s quite surprising to find that many women that possess outer beauty do not necessarily possess inner beauty as well. Have you ever encountered the woman that strikes you as beautiful until she begins to show who she really is. Her conversation is full of attitude; instead of confidence she’s cocky, in place of grace she’s tacky.
The surface beauty does not compare to the inner ugly. On the contrast, take the woman that’s not really attractive but her personality causes her to shine like the sun at high noon. She has a quiet confidence that exudes explanation. Her inner beauty surpasses by far the fact that she may not be on the cover of anybody’s magazine or looked upon as a beauty queen; she knows who she is.
It would be nice to see more emphasis placed on the inner beauty of a woman. While many women are striving to get that perfect figure, nose, eyes, puffy lips, breast enhanced and enlarged, buttock lift, tummy tuck and whatever else that can be altered, the personality of the woman is not being enhanced at all.
A woman’s inner beauty needs to always be evident on the outside. Integrity, honest, morals and values are traits that make up her character. No matter what the situation or circumstances, a woman that possesses inner beauty will conduct herself in matter that makes others take notice. Life brings about many opportunities to fashion a woman’s character for real inner beauty.
About Author: Charlotte Hill is a native of California; a single mother of three children and the proud grandmother of one grandson. She has spent the last 16 years in the Social Services and Public Health field. Her experiences in life has taught her great lessons, some pain free while others accompany difficulty and pain. Her passion to help other women as they journey through life’s experiences coupled with the passion of her close friend that she calls her sister has brought about the birth of Sista’s Common Sense Corner, a website designed to bring women from all walks of life together to share in this journey called life. For more interesting topics, check us out at http://www.sistascommonsensecorner.com.