It’s in their smile, in the twinkle in their eye, in the tone of their voice and how they speak. Sure, we all have moody days, we all get grumpy. But even in those instances, inner beauty resonates. We’ve all met people that are perfect specimens of humanity on the outside but not so pretty inside. In fact, most of the time, a person’s physical attributes have little to do with how others perceive their attractiveness in real-life encounters. Like Eleanor Roosevelt said: “No matter how plain a woman may be, if truth and honesty are written across her face, she will be beautiful.” And I couldn’t agree more. JORGE ARAUZ, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF.
“True beauty is the type you can’t see with your eyes — it’s buried deep inside the soul.”
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