But isn't this so hard when you don't grow up with this knowledge or realize that you're actually supposed to love yourself? Or sometimes we missed receiving the love that we so crave. Most of our unhappiness comes from within--even though it may look like an unsatisfying life is to blame. It's more likely and unsatisfied and broken soul, in need of healing.
"I never knock people for their choices but I don’t ever want to augment who I am. What I look like and who I am was a gift from my parents and if I want to change that it’s kind of like slapping them in the face. I always want to be true to who I am because it’s my heritage. Even if it’s not the most beautiful, it’s history and my family history."
I meditated on the depth of character she revealed in her perception of what people thought--in relation to her perspectives on how she still values her looks. I'm sure her husband, family and children think she's beautiful. But these days there's so much focus on getting that 'bangin' body', or body part or certain features to please men, women, oneself or the masses. And people seem to overlook, accept and be entertained by people who exhibit very poor character traits, are ratchet or treat others poorly. No one holds them accountable or calls out the garbage.
No amount of money can fund an impoverished soul. I'm challenging us all to spend much more time on personal growth, spiritual development, character moulding and being more positive, authentic people. Instead, of just being nice, or popular, or occupied with your phone or what everyone else is doing, become the example yjat ypu want your kids or family to see. Whitney is a stunningly beautiful model to her son and daughter of how being beautiful inside, automatically makes you so much prettier to people outside.
I would much rather be stranded, at a great festival, or going through regular life with Whitney White, than some woman who's consumed with how "beautiful" she is. But how's her heart? How's her attitude? How's her soul?