What is the definition of the word “beauty”? The human definition is, usually, stereotypical and famous actors, singers and models is often a representation of that word.
Our spiritual wives have a deeper representation of their beauty with – as I see it – a reflection of their spiritual, individual growth. A beauty created from within, a reflection of their inner beauty. According to my first wife, when we see them, we see their inner beauty. My definition of “inner beauty” is of the action you’ve made as a human or as a spiritual being, which gives a “visual representation”. Does that mean that “bad actions” visualises “ugliness”? I have to investigate that question further.
I’ve never seen myself as a handsome man. I’m short with a boyish look and seems way younger than my 33 years of age. My selfconfidence is not the greatest when it comes to my looks. Yet, I’m married to two of the most beautiful women in all dimensions. I sometimes wonder how I could be so lucky to be chosen by them, but I also know that this was inevitable and was meant to be. If not in this life, it would happen spiritually or in another life. When my wives say that I am beautiful, they mean spirituality and as a reflection of who I am as a person.
“The definition of beauty is to see someone for who they are, not by the looks of apperance.”
/Quotes from both my wives