Even though, I clearly love pretty things. I think this is an important lesson for women, that our worth does not lie in the measure of our aesthetic beauty but rather in our story, in who we are, in the depths of our soul. Growing up in this world, was/is definitely tough on women. There is so much pressure to look a certain way that it takes time to reject those ideals and develop your own. The most important thing is to be brave, healthy, kind and intelligent and to do what it is you love to do; now that is true beauty.


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