I merely want to concentrate on people, putting aside our amazement and deep appreciation of the beauty of nature, such as a sunset, a forest with lots of foliage, a cascade in Yosemite, or the stillness of a pond. Our perception of beauty in others and ourselves is strongly correlated with our level of social and self-acceptance. Subconscious attitudes and ideals about what is considered successful, appreciated, cherished, upper-class or lower-class, given special treatment and privileges, liked or despised, accepted or rejected are embedded in these notions of “beauty.” Take a minute to pause. Given the preceding description, do you not believe that we put a great deal of stress on both ourselves and other people in an effort to appear normal, respectable, and typical? This straightforward understanding of what beauty is has a significant impact on what attractiveness. Self-appreciation, which breeds effortless confidence, is our inner beauty. Additionally, we find woods, mountains, lakes, sunsets, and other natural features to be fascinating and beautiful since they are part of nature. When we attempt to artificially embellish it, its beauty is lost. However, the beauty is maintained when we take heed of its natural wisdom and embrace its essence. As humans, we do have a need to maintain good personal hygiene and dress appropriately for social situations. To release a better version of ourselves into the world, we must prioritize improving our nutrition, getting enough sleep, leveraging our abilities, and changing our flaws.
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