Gifted Dress ~ Zara's Tee (worn as inner) ~ Bowbow's Shoes ~ Louis Vuitton's Clutch
*ps. groceries shopping gone wrong lol
“We were born to be real not perfect.”
*A message from Me to all of you guys and girls, ladies and gents, all mankind.
All of us have that at least one thing that we wish we could change from ourselves. For me I wish I was born with bigger eyes and skinnier body. Nowadays society through all kind of medias are picturizing their own kinds of perfect. Mostly they’re all the same, skinny bodies, long hair, built posture and much more, they’re like coming from the same factory or production house. Indirectly these pictures play with our mind and planting up a mindset that those are the standards of beauty. We begin to judge ourselves harder, going through a strict diet, plastic surgery and much more to be that kind of beauty.
As I’m planning on today post I came across one quote on weheartit, we were born to be real not perfect. God made us according to His image, He made us carefully and wonderfully made. We’re perfect in His eyes no matter what. Your or our values doesn’t decrease just because someone’s inability to see our worth. You’re beautiful just the way you are and at least you’re not faking up stuffs, you’re real human being that’s born this way. You don’t need cakey makeup to be beautiful. You don’t need to starve yourself to be beautiful. You don’t need to do things that you’re not comfortable to please others or be their kind of beauty. You are you.
Now what you need to is to stop looking at others and start to look at yourself. Look in the mirror and what do you see? I see a strong human being that’s perfect just the way they are. How you see yourself matter more than how others see you. Learn how to love yourself first before you can love others. Unfollow those accounts that once made you feel so small and bad if it’s necessary. Refuse to let the world corrupts you and just be your own kind of beautiful. Just remember when someone called you ugly, I said you’re perfect!
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