Often, when we talk about beauty, our brain cells unconditionally tend to imagine and portray a picture of young Women. This is a very common and natural thought process. However, this is really untrue. Beauty is deep and beyond gender! Beauty means not only the outer surface appearance of someone, but also who they are inside and how they portray themselves on a day-to-day basis. Beauty comes from Inside-out rather from outside-in.
To me beauty means standing for your unique qualities and being yourselves. Beauty is the reflection of joy within oneself. Beauty is probably an intangible feeling and pleasure we receive when we look at and admire, endless green mountains, spending quality time with someone special, extending help to others, doing what we like to do and much more.
When I think of Beauty, I think of my Parent and Grandparent. The unconditional love, warm protection, and endless care they shower are beyond explanation! Another example: Mother Teresa – who for over 45 years ministered to the poor, sick, orphaned, and dying, first throughout India and then in other countries.
Having said this, the below poem is an attempt to uncover what beauty really means:
Beauty is The Promise
We keep rising from a failure!
Beauty is the Innocence Smile and Curiosity
We observe in our Child!
Beauty is the Small Sacrifices
Made to raise us by our Parent!
Beauty is the Smile and Unconditional Love
We share with our Friends!