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n. the delusion of things being more beautiful than they really are


What do we define as beautiful? Is it physical beauty, moral beauty, or a combination of both? We are quick to judge something for its beauty, however oftentimes we don’t even realize what our definitions of beauty consist of. We live in a delusion, defining things as beautiful, based solely upon what they seem to be on the outside. Once we decide that something isn’t physically attractive we quickly disregard thinking about its inner beauty.

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