The spectrum of beauty

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The spectrum of beauty is quite broad, because while two people can be considered equally beautiful, they may not look alike.
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So I stand here watching this Dance Troupe prepare for their big day in Honor of the upcoming cannival it is clear to me that beauty is the first criterion for selecting the girls.
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Imagine the people they turned down; girls who came from home believing they were beautiful only to meet the rude awakening. But that may not be the case. So consider, instead, this girl here, she made the cut, but manager may have had to call upon a colleague for a second opinion during her audition. How would you feel if a debate were going on in your presence about whether you're beautiful or not?
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In any case, the girl gets up and puts my musings to rest. While her scrutinizers might not have been sure about her facial beauty, she probably swung around, and they saw the ass. So that supports her overall presentation, and she's told "this way, please".
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I know everyone is beautiful in their own way. But how would you happen upon such a panel with nothing but your inner beauty to show? Could you? How would you take a possible rejection?
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Auditions for dance troupes, models, ushers, actresses... Don't go if you're not absolutely sure. Or go, and make a real claim about intrinsic beauty - which by the way is absolutely vital too - and come away if rejected with your head held high. Perhaps there should be no job whose required skill set is bodily beauty. Whereas a person can toil and equip themselves with acquirable skills, how might a person go about acquiring facial beauty?!

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It's always really sad when all we use to judge a person is their physical look,some people who can't handle rejection may even tip into depression.
Nice post @evelyniroh

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That's the way the world works

The term beauty is relative my dear. What is beautiful for you may be my dreadful night mare. True beauty for should be concreted on the foundation of how good you feel about yourself without those mascara or concealers. True beauty is like honey and its sweety and spicy nutritional value is felt as same is every kind of condition.

Auditions for dance troupes, models, ushers, actresses... Don't go if you're not absolutely sure.

I agree more with you on this. Its high time we stop been tossed tor and for and sometimes lured to conform to sub-standards in the quest for gaining approval or admiration from superficial measurement of what they describe as beautiful. Beauty is skin deep: its how you feel and and the value your person can give especially when the paints on your facial canvas has faded off.
Thanks @evelyniroh for sharing. You always know how to keep the juice flowing.

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