The Fallacy Of Artificial Beauty


I think people interpret the physical endorsements of aging in many instances for flaws.

We have been brainwashed by well-trained AD Executives that hard-rubberized pumped up endowments are the be all and end all when it comes beauty and youth.

That is just not so.

Beauty is in the eye and on the palate of the beholder. No matter how many artificial enhancements we embrace, we will never appeal to every single person on earth. At the end of the day, or beginning of the night, most of it all comes off anyway. That is when most people realize while pursuing a perception, they maybe covering up beauty

Cosmetics only provide a surface false sense of security if we are not secure with what we sanitize and homogenize in the shower every day.

Moreover, I have always believed, youth does not anyway define beauty either. To chase the characteristics of it is to deny oneself the beauty of the classic gift of living affords us. Think about this. Most normal people’s desires and perceptions transform as they age over the years, and they should. Forty + year old men find Forty+ year old women are just as desirable as they were when they both were twenty+ in most cases. Extreme and rare variables do align themselves resulting in relationships with wide disparities. However, those variables have little to do with beauty and age and a lot to do with security, commitment, honesty, and understanding.

Now I am not suggesting people  should not enhance his or her positive attributes. That is human nature, and a display of confidence to put one’s best foot forward. Just let us not attempt to veil or apologize for what others perceive not to their liking.

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Author: Geo Gee

I'm a curious one that finds politics, social issues, and diverse progressive solutions interesting. I believe information and education are the most powerful weapons one can arm himself with. Those two dynamics alone open the doors to opportunities. I also subscribe to each one teach one for a better world for all.

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