Dear Pecola - January 7, 2011 Dear Pecola, My name is...

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January 7, 2011 Dear Pecola, My name is Adrian Gil and I am writing to you to tell you that you do not have to be ugly. Many people believe that what makes up beauty is physical appearance, but that is completely wrong. While your appearance has a part to do in beauty, it is not everything, nor can it stand alone. You yourself Pecola have the ability to be a beautiful young girl. What makes up most of beauty is personality. It is no good to have an amazing body and a pretty face if you treat everyone else like if they are inferior to you. You will still be deemed ugly by most people. To be beautiful what you must do is be confident, be friendly, take care of your appearance, and know yourself. There is nothing more attractive in a girl than confidence. If a girl is confident about what she does and the way she looks she will most likely be categorized under the beautiful section. Ways for you to be confident is to first know that you are beautiful. You have to feel beautiful to be beautiful. A good way to do this is reframing from comparing yourself to others. There might
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Mills during the Spring '11 term at CSU Pueblo.

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Dear Pecola - January 7, 2011 Dear Pecola, My name is...

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