It took me so long to learn this... Through a lot of pain and tears and heartache brought on by my own thoughts, I have come to realize that being perfect is not the ultimate goal in life. Embracing the things that make me human, that make me relatable to others, my flaws, has given me more joy and understanding than "perfection" ever could.
This Just Changed The Way I See Beauty And The Beast
I don't think I'm beautiful. At times I think I look pretty, but all it takes is a bad picture of me, seeing gorgeous girls, people pointing out my flaws and I start feeling horrible about myself. I try not to let people's opinions of me affect the way I see myself, but sometimes it's so hard. People tell me I'm perfect, gorgeous, pretty, beautiful, but they don't see what I see. I just don't see myself being good enough.
Healthy, average, and unhealthy personality levels. (Litgram: An interesting chart for character traits and flaws. Could be used for analysis or creation. Is this character healthy? liberated? Why not? Do you agree with this chart? What would you change?)
Like a peacock, your beauty is multiplied when you spread your wings and show the world your stuff! Don't be afraid to be who you are - each peacock feather is flawed and imperfect, but collectively they create something of great beauty. Your flaws are what make you perfect! ~Unknown #Beauty # Positivity