You're Beautiful

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Did you ever have a day where you just felt, I don't know, useless, like everyone else in the world is somehow better than you? You think everyone else is prettier, more handsome, smarter, ect. I know I have, and I know that it's hard, but you don't have to feel that way, because you're beautiful in your own way, no matter what.

Submitted: November 23, 2016

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I have always been very self concious, especially as I reach my teenage years, but, I know that I have many talents that are better and more useful than the things that I constantly obsess over, looks, popularity, perfect grades, those are all superficial things, things of the flesh. The more important thing are of the spirit, of God, and I know that if I love and trust God, it doesn't matter if I am physically the most popular person I know, or the prettiest or most athletic, because having God by my side is worth all the earthly treasures in the world, and in Gods eyes, I am beautiful, and you are too. My dad died a few months ago. He was very close to God, and he always took care of me and the rest of my family, and made sure that we learned about God. I always loved my dad, and I was heartbroken when he died. He was the most important person in the entire world to me, and when he died... I don't even know how to describe it in words, but it was almost like I lost a part of myself. I know that God had a purpose for my dads death, I think it was because my dad was very worn out, and my family had to learn to do things for themselves. I'm sorry I got off topic a little bit, but the point is, God has a purpose for everything, and whoever you are, whatever you look like, God made you, and you are beautiful to him.

I love you and I hope you have a blessed day (or night) :)


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