It's interesting. It reminds me of this: Henry James met the English novelist George Eliot (a woman) when she was 49 years old. He had developed an infatuation for her as a result of reading her famous novels. No doubt he had conjured up images of a mysterious beauty to accommodate his crush, but when he finally met her, he said, "She is magnificently ugly.. She has a low forehead, a dull grey eye, a vast pendulous nose, a huge mouth full of uneven teeth." But for Henry James, there was more than met the eye. "In the vast ugliness resides a most powerful beauty which, in a very few minutes, steals forth and charms the mind, so that you end as I ended, in falling in love with her."
Think of someone you knew who was outwardly ugly but inwardly beautiful. What made you love that person? It obviously wasn't how they looked, so does being perfect and beautiful really the most important thing?
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