They say beauty isn’t defined by how you look on the outside but who you are within. I believe that, but how often can one see another’s inner good if they can’t look pass the outer “ugly”? This is possibly one of those many sweeping statements I make, but the truth is, to certain extent, we are all J-types, judgmental in our own little ways. Superficial to the very least. I’m quite certain, we would have at least once in our life, judged a person based superficially on how he/she looks. And because of that, never really had the opportunity to discover the good within. I for one, am guilty.
So exactly how do you define beauty? I’m gonna take the superficial approach and answer this question.
According to Wikipedia, “outer beauty (i.e. physical attractiveness) includes physical attributes which are valued on aesthetic basis.”