I was really struck and impacted by this blog I just read this morning on the subject of beauty. Isn’t beauty something that all women wrestle with at some point in life, whether it is an ongoing insecurity we battle with for all of our lives, or merely a result of something profoundly impactful that happens in life that distorts our understanding of beauty, or simply popular culture which dictates that beauty is skin deep… and what about aging? What do we do and how do we measure our beauty if we only look in the mirror and see the outward appearance? Must we be trapped by the image pop culture says about the subject? Or can we begin a new image for beauty… perhaps something far deeper and healthier for our self esteem than criticizing every feature we see when we look in our mirrors and walk away depressed that the image before us isn’t the perfect reflection we wish to see.

I encourage you to check out this link below to an article on beauty that weighs beauty by standards far deeper than the current trends coming out of Hollywood! Isn’t it time we value ourselves by something far deeper than our outward appearance?

http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=d4f148ccc93c8db5fe8d151b0&id=9c229dfe9f&e=8309c2b43d

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