Beauty, Beliefs, and Blossoming

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Beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder. The“B” like Body: Beauty, Beliefs, and Blossoming  by Johanna Kern     When we were born, the first thing that we noticed was our body. It breathes, moves and works for us around the clock. Our body is our most loyal friend. It loves us, it works for us and supports us in our growth. If our body fails us in any way, it is never at fault.   Beauty: Each body, regardless of its shape, weight, or age is in its unique way beautiful. Of course, we all have a preference. However, the preferences are mostly associated with current trends or the way our environment has programmed us. While current fashions push the overly skinny image on society – not everyone is naturally slim. Our bodies often become more round because of their nature. There is nothing to correct. All is the way it is supposed to be. On the other hand, if we become overweight or overly skinny because of neglecting our health, it needs to be addressed.   Beliefs: Preferences, just as trends, often change, just as the definition of beauty. Each of us is unique. If we take a look at other animals in nature, we realize that they perceive all bodies as equally precious. Imagine the reaction of a Bulldog if we told him that he was too fat. Alternatively, picture a Greyhound’s response if we told him he’s too skinny. Or we told a Chihuahua that he’s too short, and a Great Dane that he’s too tall. They would probably roar from laughter. Our bodies love life and want us to love life. They are happy when we are happy. They help us to fulfill our dreams, achieve success and fill our lives with happiness….

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https://omtimes.com/2019/04/beauty-beliefs-blossoming/

Beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder. The“B” like Body: Beauty, Beliefs, and Blossoming  by Johanna Kern     When we were born, the first thing that we noticed was our body. It breathes, moves and works for us around the clock. Our body is our most loyal friend. It loves us, it works for us and supports us in our growth. If our body fails us in any way, it is never at fault.   Beauty: Each body, regardless of its shape, weight, or age is in its unique way beautiful. Of course, we all have a preference. However, the preferences are mostly associated with current trends or the way our environment has programmed us. While current fashions push the overly skinny image on society – not everyone is naturally slim. Our bodies often become more round because of their nature. There is nothing to correct. All is the way it is supposed to be. On the other hand, if we become overweight or overly skinny because of neglecting our health, it needs to be addressed.   Beliefs: Preferences, just as trends, often change, just as the definition of beauty. Each of us is unique. If we take a look at other animals in nature, we realize that they perceive all bodies as equally precious. Imagine the reaction of a Bulldog if we told him that he was too fat. Alternatively, picture a Greyhound’s response if we told him he’s too skinny. Or we told a Chihuahua that he’s too short, and a Great Dane that he’s too tall. They would probably roar from laughter. Our bodies love life and want us to love life. They are happy when we are happy. They help us to fulfill our dreams, achieve success and fill our lives with happiness….

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