do you think it is perfect?????????
April 27, 2009 6:32am CST
hey there ..... today i have seen many people worried more about their looks rather than their health.......i mean you diet and diet and diet more just to look better...... and i would like to confess that i also try sometimes to diet to look better and reduce the waistline a bit....... do you think you need any change in you appearance or do you think it is perfect in all respects????????
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27 Apr 09
god created at perfectly. it is just from our eyes that we see the downfall of ourselves upon that time, when Adam and Eve eaten the forbidden fruit, our conscience were opened creating some viral views of the created earth. we don't have to change anything from ourselves we just need to appreciate the way it is created.
27 Apr 09
its not just about looking good. you gotta feel good to. if you look good but you're not confident or you don't feel good then its such a waste. true beauty comes from the inside people say well it was probably an ugly person who said it. but it is true. when your personality shines that's your true beauty not what number your scale says when you stand on it or the tags on your clothes. not the number of calories in your food and certainly not the number of friends you have. what is the true definition of perfect when it comes to the human body? as long as you feel good you're perfect don't ever let anyone try to tell you otherwise. good luck and god bless you and your family my friend. cheers mate.
28 Apr 09
Ahem... Far from perfect! Who is to judge what perfect is anyway? I make the most of what I have and let's face it, it could be worse! I try to make up for the shortfalls by being a nice person. The inside makes a big difference to the outside I think! Open kind heart, gentle spirit and a smile, who needs cosmetic surgery? Well... I'll keep my wrinkles, thanks!
27 Apr 09
well, that happens when all that you see in TV and magazines depicts perfection. it sends out a message that sets a standard in the minds of the people. beautiful people, with perfect chiseled bodies, that's what everyone get to see all over the media... it just results in a desire for an individual to struggle to look the same. but what most people don't know, or know but ignore, is the fact that the pictures in the magazines are highly edited, in order to create that perfect look. every single wrinkle or body mark is removed. and dis-proportionality is corrected through editing. the skin tone, the glow in the eye, sharp lips, curvy bodies... it is all done through software like photoshop... what i personally think is that this is nothing short of committing a fraud. you are telling a lie to the people, you are showing something that is not real but making people believe that it is indeed real. people believe in it. and therefore you find them setting priorities where looks comes before health. it is just sad to know that people starve themselves and face health issues like malnutrition, rather than just live a healthy life.