beauty - only beautiful one in the room What about the old...

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Kristin Welling Professor Jaenicke October 30, 2007 Beautiful As you sit at you best friend’s wedding, the old woman in the wheel chair next to you gasps, “Isn’t she just beautiful!” You nod in agreement because it’s true. But what makes her so beautiful? Is it because her long, flowing, strapless dress flatters her figure perfectly? Could it be because she had Paul Mitchell himself come in and style her hair just for this special occasion? Maybe there’s another reason. Maybe it’s because she is the happiest woman in the world right now. She has a glow coming from within. This beauty is not just skin deep. She is beautiful because she overcame the fears of marriage. She let herself trust someone. But why does she have to be the
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Unformatted text preview: only beautiful one in the room. What about the old woman next to you. She is beautiful. She gets up every day, goes to church and visits with her friends. That does not seem like a hard task, but to a woman who just lost her husband, it can be quite difficult. All this widow wants to do is lay in bed and think of all the times with her late husband. But instead, she is strong and beautiful, the way her husband would like to see her. Every woman is beautiful and has a reason or a past that makes her that way. Beauty can be many different things. To most, it’s what greets the eye, but beauty is not superficial. Beauty is not in the eye of the beholder, it’s in the heart of the holder...
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