I cannot tell you the difference between beauty and personality, although I can definitely tell you the uncanny similarities between both of them.
I am going to be thoroughly honest to you throughout this article. So therefore, I must beseech you not to judge me by my past self I am going to write about. Who I am now is a result of a boy who has learned from his mistakes.
When you are an aesthetic human being, pride comes naturally. Although it is up to you to alter your ego and build a finer personality, or you could just feed it with more pride and arrogance.
I am going to tell you about how recognizing a person’s personality and acknowledging them changes the way you view them.
I have a friend whose name is, Shakawat, for instance. During a certain physics class Shakawat abandoned my company to sit with a mediocre looking gal. At first she looked kind of ugly to me. So personally, I thought, “What the heck is that jack-ass doing? Has he lost his sense of pride, good taste in women? What the hell is he doing with that ugly-looking chick?”
Then, I had to meet her myself. Being modest as I was and still am, I made acquaintance with her. Being friends with Shakawat meant that I had to see more of her.
Surprisingly, the more I got to see her and know her, the prettier she became. The more I got to learn of her true nature, the pleasanter it became for me to lay my eyes on her. Her face glowed even among the most prettiest group of girls. Her presence radiated comfort and happiness.
On the contrary, it is exactly opposite with some of the beautiful people we often come across. Their personality is so rotten that even their million dollar face reeks of garbage. Not only it is difficult to communicate comfortably with them, it becomes hard to look at their faces and not feel bad about it. It stinks of pride and arrogance.
I still remember how much I liked that girl when we were in class 8. She was so slim and sexy like she was almost perfect…But the moment she spoke her first few sentences in front of me instantly changed the way I thought of her.
From then on her appearance was unpleasant to look at, her presence made me uncomfortable and her scent was suffocating. I avoided her.
One day I wish to find a person who is equally as beautiful as her personality. It might be hard but not impossible. Am I right?