“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder…”

There’s nothing better than getting insight into people’s mindsets and viewpoints about topics! It’s nice to be able to dig deeper into the inner psyche of a person, and to discuss and share our thoughts on some personal topics. The people I interview may not be celebrities, but they represent us as a whole. Just everyday people with real issues and experiences to share that can hopefully encourage others to do the same!

This week’s beauty.id Q&A is here! I asked this kind health professional his views……

manya's interview pic

 Will you agree or not…??

beautyid q&a

1) What is more important to you, physical beauty or character/inward beauty?

“In my view, physical beauty and character/inward beauty are the ingredients that make someone beautiful. Having said that we all know the universal statement that “Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder”.  So, it is quite obvious that what is beautiful to me may not be beautiful to another person.  Let us face it.  When I say she is beautiful, to be honest, it is physical beauty!  At the outset, there is no way I can recognize or see character/inner beauty at first sight.  If you want me to stop beating around the bush and hit the nail on the head, it takes time to know some one.  Once you realize that a person’s physical beauty is deceiving when it is compared to character/ inward beauty, your notion of beauty changes over that period. Now, that strong bond between those two individuals starts to decay and depletes. That is the moment of truth, we come to realize that physical beauty and character/inner beauty are inseparable.”

2) What makes a woman beautiful to you?

“Everything about her.  But a genuine and great smile is her magnetism!”

3) Name someone who’s beautiful to you & why?

“My wife and daughter! I am growing old with my better  half.  This is where self actualization of character and inward beauty takes place. You find that harmony between physical beauty and character/inward beauty.  I am amazed by her relentless effort and her incredible energy in shaping our family. Her unconditional love for the family is like non profit charity. She is my confidant, my counselor, my life coach, my friend indeed and most importantly she is my best critique.  My daughter keeps us on our toes and lets us stay on over-drive, that makes her stunningly gorgeous.”

 4) What makes you beautiful?

“My attitude, my attributes and my struggle for existence.”

 Thank you to Manya for allowing us insight into his views on beauty!  When all is said and done, it’s what’s on the inside that counts.


One thought on ““Beauty is in the eye of the beholder…”

  1. Pingback: “The most liberating thing about beauty is realizing that you are the beholder.”; Says Salma Hayek. | Deo Optimo Maximo

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