It’s in the eyes, I think.

Beauty. Real beauty, that is.

But not in the greenness or the brownness or the blueness of the eyes. Not in the shape of them, the lashes that frame them, or the perfect brows arching above them.

Real beauty comes from how the eyes see.

Really, beauty comes from how we see each other, how we treat each other, how we value each other. How kind we are to each other. These things matter.

These are the things that make us beautiful. Because the real secret to real beauty isn’t what we look like, but how we look at each other.

Real beauty is never about how we are seen, but how we see.

When we see the the need and respond to it, we become beautiful.

When we see the worth in all of humanity, we become beautiful.

When we see the worth of ourselves, we become beautiful.

The real secret to real beauty isn’t in the way you look but in the way you see.

Eyes that see, that’s what we really all just need.

Eyes that see good in this world, notice grace when it happens and speak thanks for it. Eyes that see that the other is really just us, and we’re all connected. Eyes that see that the odds of any one of us being born are so low, it’s a miracle we’re here at all.

Eyes that really see each other. That’s the real beauty treatment we all need.

That’s what beauty really looks like.



Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart.” (~Kahlil Gibran)

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