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Every Woman Is Just As Beautiful.

“Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder” is an often quoted expression we hear in our conversations. Some  people think beauty is subjective. Thinking allowed and no pun intended, “I believe every woman is just as beautiful.”

With hindsight, you may agree that no standard for beauty has held true for all time in all places. If you are interested in cultural anthropology, you will be able to recall that at some time in history, somewhere in the world, every shape, size and look has been a perfect. Thus, today’s definition, our definition of physical beauty is just one of the many ways external standards are used to measure us or rank us and assign us a role and identity in this world.

Indeed, many people spend their lives trying to get people to see that they do measure up. That they are important or influential and better than others. I beg to differ. If you buy into this, you are buying into a lie. And as long as you believe that lie, you will hate your life.

In a world that insists one must stick out way beyond ordinary, to matter. we are often told point blank; “Those who don’t stick out, they are ordinary and average …… And nobody notices the ordinary and average.” They believe prominence rules and only those who stands out are worthy of adulation. Those who stands out have worth. They are our idols.

Realistically, aren’t we are putting too much emphasis on external things? Say, our looks, position, wealth, connections, power and influence. You see, we keep jumping the track because we are confused about what to use to measure personal value. We fail to realize that the external things ultimately don’t matter. This “you-need-to-be ………. to-matter” has lead us to believe that worth is determined by beauty, money, position and so forth.

Thus, if we believe and accept that is true, then we are compelled to do all we can to get as much of that stuff as possible. The world would becomes a place for taking, a field of competition, a place for one-upping, conquering, overcoming and a place where only the fittest survive. Don’t you agree this kind of world perpetuates the anxiety of wondering just how fit we are and if our fit is fit enough?

And, don’t you think in this kind of world; popularity polls matters, youth matters, beauty matters; the poor, the weak, the aged, the handicapped, the not so beautiful or those less than perfect are discarded and forgotten? I believe our self-image is much like a self-portrait. It is very close to who and what what we picture ourselves to be. I believe God sees us as victors and God want us to have healthy and positive self-images. He created us in His image and He is continuously shaping us, helping us to become better and conforming us to His character. And, He sees us as His special masterpiece.

I believe every woman is just as beautiful and none of us would  have to look hard to find another measurement, standard or basis for comparison. Dare to believe and accept you are not a mistake. And dare to fall in love with the ordinary again. The minor details of your life matters to God. And if we don’t happen to fit today’s definition of beautiful, that only means the definition is faulty …….. Remember, it says nothing about who we are, what our value is, or for what we are destined.

Have another beautiful weekend and God Bless.


  1. musicgal2012 says:

    I love reading your blog. There is so much wisdom in your words. Thank you 🙂

  2. teddlangtree says:

    I remember dad holding mums hand and looking at her … thru the years it just got more beautiful

    • Michael says:

      I agree with what your dad said. Like wine, beauty matures with Grace and beauty is unique in everyone of us. Remember Kenny Roger’s “Through The Years?” Thanks for leaving a word, you are beautiful. !!!.

  3. Wayne Augden says:

    Michael, you’ve had a number of exceptional posts that I’ve read and thought “wow,” but I don’t recall any that I’ve enjoyed or thought more of than this one.

  4. Visionkeeper says:

    Good one Michael….It is always wonderful to have ones thoughts poked and prodded to a deeper level…Thanks! Have a great weekend ahead….VK

  5. Just what I needed to hear right now. Thank you.

  6. sistertosister53 says:

    Amen!! Michael God bless you by being obedient by encouraging us all….The “Truth”.. I am enjoying and being very much encourage. Have a Wonderful weekend. Agape! 🙂

  7. Desiray says:

    amen Michael we gotta get away from looking at a person on the outside because beauty lies within and as my mother would tell us children if all you look for is beauty on the outside than you are going to miss allot in life.

  8. Colline says:

    What you say Michael is so true. How often we forget that external beauty and our status are not what makes us. We may not stand out (as so many strive to do) but who and what we are is just as important; and our lives are just as worthwhile as those who have what is the current definition of beauty or worth in our society.

  9. It is far more important to be beautiful on the inisde than
    on the outside. The heart that imparts a gentle touch will
    last forever. Blessings …!!!
    Have a GREAT weekend, Michael.

  10. Michael, this is such a wonderful post…thank you for articulating such affirming ideas…it’s a beautiful post! thank you.

    • Michael says:

      I love what you mentioned “articulating” I pray more people can accept my version of reality living in this world today. Have a beautiful weekend, my friend. Regards !!! 😊

  11. bibuji says:

    Who can find beauty in everything is the most beautiful. Have a nice weekend! We are already enjoying it as much as possible, before a big typhoon might come on Monday

    • Michael says:

      Enjoy the beauty you find at this moment. You know why? Everything can change with a heartbeat (LOL) Best regards 😊

  12. pzycoderz says:

    beautiful words…

  13. Chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, rocky road, etc…It’s all ice cream and it’s all delicious. And just like women, everyone has their favorite type, no one doesn’t like ice cream..Nice post my friend, as usual.

  14. A good weekend.
    Greeting, Wolfgang

  15. Kourtney Heintz says:

    Lovely perspective Michael! Thanks for reminding us that there is something beautiful in every woman. 🙂

  16. “He created us in His image and He is continuously shaping us, helping us to become better and conforming us to His character.”♥

    “For in him we live, and move, and have our being; as certain also of your own poets have said, For we are also his offspring. Acts 17:28”

    Indeed, the truth will set all of us free!♥ this is one of the reason why I keep coming back here, I felt renewed! 🙂 And now, feel beautiful!♥ nyahahaha! 😀 Keep driving Michael! 😉 God Bless! 🙂

  17. Marty says:

    Beauty is not permanent even if it exists for years. If you crave beauty to long, it will bring loss to your life.

    We are all perfect and connected on this journey of life.

    I find mother Theresa to be beyond beauty, or a beauty of heart that has power.

  18. livesinstone says:

    “Dare to believe and accept you are not a mistake” what a fantastic line. Super post. Thank you. 🙂

  19. i couldn’t figure out why i was not receiving any of your posts, and see that the ‘following’ button was not checked! perdon!
    this was an exceptional post!

    • Michael says:

      Whenever we log into WordPress and hit the task bar “Follow” all updated posts will appear whenever you select “Reader.” To subscribe through email, you’ll have to look for the email subscription widget in the blog. Thanks for visiting and a happy new month.

  20. My oh my…it has been months since I ventured back into the blogosphere. I finished my work tonight, checked my email and decided I really wanted to jump back in. The first thing I decided was to get back to reading my favourite…H.A.D. blog. This is a beautiful post. Since I try to convey this type of message to my kids…I will pick it up again and use some of these beautiful remarks. It’s great to be back to reading blogs. I’ll get to the writing soon enough! Best regards!

    • Michael says:

      Hi Heidi, Welcome back. I assumed you must be very busy with your passion – teaching. Have a great October and ser you in your next posting. Meanwhile, leep glowing !!!

  21. Wow, okay! Have you seen my latest post!!?? Interesting we are on somewhat of a similiar wavelength here …

    • Michael says:

      Happy Evening Bela. I had. But because I had to answer a call at that moment, I did not take any further action. Will get back to this again. And just before I conclude please allow me to place this on record, “You are just as beautiful, Bela.” Regards. !!!

  22. rowenaluna says:

    Now I feel beautiful!

  23. I love this post, I love the perception and it is sooo true…. ;-), love to be back and reading from yours … God Bless…

  24. Justine says:

    But can you bear with me that I will be in my writings neither FOR nor AGAINST the God of your faith?

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