A beautiful person isn't necessarily the smartest or most self-confident of the bunch.
While these attributes certainly enhance the overall appeal of a person, they don't make him or her beautiful.
What truly makes someone beautiful is their inside. Beauty is only skin deep.
I know there has to be some level of physical attraction, but society makes it out to be far more important than it should be.
When you meet someone, ask yourself these questions:
- Do I see myself being with this person for the rest of my life?
- Do I see myself remaining with this person even in our later years, when his or her good looks begin to fade? (Remember, yours will too.)
If you truly prioritize finding someone with a great heart above all else, the answers to the above questions should be no-brainers.
A beautiful person puts others before oneself, remains positive under even the most trying circumstances, and brings out the best in his or her partner.
Some people -- mostly men -- believe that beauty should comprise looks as well as one's personality and character.
Again, while physical attraction plays a role in the courting process, it should be a small role at that. Looks should never be the basis for why we get into a relationship. If that's your primary reason for hooking up with someone, you're just not ready for a serious, long-term relationship. Beauty should be about something a lot deeper than that.